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Field Work Term Faculty Reading List: 2019 Non-Fiction

Each year faculty offer their reading recommendations for students as they head off to Field Work Term.

W.E.B. DuBois' Data Portraits Stuff Matters open mic night in moscow

Josh Blackwell

Janet Foley

Ben Hall

Kirk Jackson

"A small pocket book that we should all carry and read continuously for the next two years."

Robert Ransick

John Umphlett

"As is mentioned in the author's history/introduction, I too can trace back through my life and recognize clear moments that began my obsession with materials.  There are so many properties inherent in this material world that make so many connections with one another often “we" or “I" don’t understand how to translate into a speaking language. A treat for those interested in stuff and origins of such things."

Michael Wimberly

"Essays on the global refugee crisis"

David Bond

Noah Coburn

Karen Gover

John Hultgren

Sue Rees

Natalie Scenters-Zapico

Maya Cantu

Annabel Davis-Goff

Camille Guthrie

"The book that knocked my socks off this year was Patricia Lockwood's Priestdaddy: A Memoir. It's the kind of hilarious (and painful) book that holds you hostage until you finish it and makes you annoy everyone around you because you have to read aloud from the section in which she describes the sounds her priest father makes on his electric guitar."

Sarah Harris

Mary Lum

Allen Shawn

Andrew Cencini

Judith Enck

Jon Isherwood

Mirka Prazak

Eileen Scully

Donald Sherefkin

Debbie Warnock