Readinglist 2013

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Current reading:

1. Chang, J. & Halliday, J. Mao. (2005). Het onbekende verhaal. Amsterdam: Forum.

2. Badiou, A. (2010). The Communist Hypothesis. London: Verso.

3. Meer, F. (1995). Nelson Mandela. Zijn leven. Weert: M&P.

4. Stowe, H.B. De negerhut van Oom Tom.

5. Geelhoed, F. (2011). Purification & Resistance. Glocal Meanings of Islamic Fundamentalism in the Netherlands. Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam.

6. Koenig, J. (1993). De Bloedbruiden. Amsterdam: Luitingh.

7. Alvanou, M. (2006) The Dimensions and Processes of Creating Female Suicide Bombers in the Palestinian Society: an Interplay of Religion, Violence, Socialization and Women’s Honour Culture. Trento: University of Trento.

8. Said, E. (2003). Orientalism. London: Pinguin Books.

9. Tolstoy, L. (1995). War & Peace. Ware: Wordsworth Editions.

10. Kavukcuoglu, D. (2003). Sen vatan haini misin baba? Istanbul: Dogan Kitab.

11. Moerland, H. (1991). Winkeldiefstal, een te riskante zaak? Arnhem: Gouda Quint.

12. Hay, L.L. (1991).  Je kunt je leven helen. Groningen: De Zaak.

13. Hunt, C. (1998). Waiting for Fidel. New York: Houghton Mifflin.

Finished books:

1. Alexander, M. (2012). The New Jim Crow. Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. New York: The New Press.

2. Martinus, T. (2012). The Thief of Certainties. Ruins. Amsterdam: Non Employees.

3. Martinus, T. (2011). The Bearable Ordeal of the Collapse of Certainties. Amsterdam: Non Employees.

4. Vermeend, W. (2011). Verwarring in het land van Henk & Ingrid. Den Haag: Einstein Books.

5. Arif, A. (1991). Hasretinden prangalar eskittim. Istanbul: Cem Yayinevi.

6. King, M.L. (1968). Waar gaan wij heen? Chaos of Gemeenschap? Arnhem: Van Loghum Slaterus.

7. Lessons Learned. (2010). Omgaan met conflicten. Kennis & inzicht: ervaringen van topmanagers. Houten-Antwerpen: Spectrum.

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