Reading List 2013

  1. “History of Medicine: 1840-1999”  Kate Kelly (Jan 12)
  2. “History of Medicine: Prehistoric…to 500AD” Kate Kelly (Jan 24)
  3. “Girl Walks into a Bar” Rachel Dratch (Jan 26)
  4. History of Medicine: 500-1450″
  5. History of medicine: 1450-1700″
  6. History of medicine: 1700-1840″ Kate Kelly (Feb 14)
  7. What Did the Romans Know?” D. Lehoux (Mar 14)
  8. Early Electrical Machines”
  9. Game of Thrones #3. (April 6)
  10. The Spark Of Life” F.Ashcroft (April 18)
  11. Volta: Science & Culture in the Enlightenment (April)
  12. The Ambiguous Frog” M.Pera (May 15)
  13. Does My Head Look Big In This?”  (May 22)
  14. “Archeology: a very short introduction” (June 10)
  15. “Aztecs: a very short introduction” (July 19)
  16. “The Guinea Pig” (July 23)
  17. “The Sum of All Fears” (July 28)
  18. “Pre-history: a very short introduction” (Aug 8)
  19. “Game of Thrones book #4” (Aug 11)
  20. “Egypt: a very short introduction” (Aug 16)
  21. “North American Indians: very short intro.” (Sept.)
  22. “Beans: a history” Albala (Nov  17)
  23. “1491” (Nov 22)
  24. “Everyday Life in Byzantium” (Nov 26)
  25. “The Roman Empire: a very short introduction ” (Nov 27)
  26. “The Silk Road: a very short intro.” (dec 7)
  27. “Byzantium: bridge to Middle Ages” (dec 7)
  28. “The Crusades: a very short introduction” (dec 23)
  29. “The Koran: a very short introduction”  (Dec 28)
  30. “the Anglo-Saxon Age: a very short intro.” (Dec 30)
  31. “Collision: Empires in late Antiquity” (Dec 30)
  32. “Theodosian Empresses” Kenneth G. Holum (Dec 31)

woo-hoo, made my goal for the year!!

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