Day-by-day Schedule for 2019-20

NOTE: You don’t need to order or buy any of these books before arriving on campus. But whenever and wherever you get your books, you must use the editions listed here. For domestic students, Natasha Trethewey's Native Guard will be shipped to you over the summer.

Fall Term

Pieter Bruegel. Landscape With the Fall of Icarus, c.1555.
(a reproduction will be provided)
Plato. The Republic. Trans Grube/Reeve.  Hackett. 
ISBN 978-0872201361 (pbk)
Marilynne Robinson. Housekeeping. Picador.
ISBN 978-0312424091 (pbk)
Thomas Seeley. Honeybee Democracy. Princeton University Press.
ISBN 978-0691147215
Natasha Trethewey. Native Guard. Mariner Books.
ISBN 978-0618872657 (pbk, provided to entering students)

Winter Term

The Arabian Nights. Trans. Husain Haddawy. W.W. Norton & Company.  
ISBN 978-0-393331660 (pbk)
The Bhagavad-Gita: Krishna's Counsel in Time of War. Trans. Barbara Stoler Miller. Bantam.
ISBN 978-0-553213652 (pbk)
Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo. Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty. Public Affairs.
ISBN 978-1610390934 (pbk)
Miles Davis. Kind of Blue. Columbia [Audio CD].
ASIN B000002ADT
Tony Kushner, Angels in America, Part 1: Millenium Approaches, included in Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes. Theater Communication Group.
ISBN 978-1559363846 (pbk)
 

Recommended, Both Terms

Diana Hacker.  A Pocket Style Manual. 7th edition. Bedford / St. Martin’s.
ISBN 978-1457642326