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Books I’m reading completely unrelated to my thesis because reading/writing about the same thing all the time gets really old. My research interests are rather odd. I am interested in Early Modern Europe (especially Britain) and US history. I’ve become fascinated with Civil War politics even though I hate studying the war itself (Military history just doesn’t interest me). I read the Renaissance Comic Tales in undergrad but like any good undergrad, I skimmed it and didn’t really bother looking at it more than I had to. Figured, why not read a book that contains mostly Early Modern sex jokes? Isn’t it painfully obvious I’m a grad student?

Renaissance Comic Tales of Love, Treachery, and Revenge edited & translated by Valerie & Robert Martone.

The Boundaries of American Political Culture in the Civil War Era by Mark E. Neely Jr

Gendering the Master Narrative: Women and Power in the Middle Ages edited by Mary C Erler and Maryanne Kowaleski

Queenship in Britain 1660-1837: Royal Patronage, Court Culture, and Dynastic Politics edited by Clarissa Campbell Orr

date: November, the 4th in 2013.
total notes: 27 notes.
tags: history. women's history. european renaissance. literature. American Civil War. middle ages. mideval europe. early modern europe. us history. european history. you know I'm a grad student when i read history books for fun.

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    I need to read the last two!
  3. floating-world-pictures said: You absolutely MUST read This Republic of Suffering by Drew Faust. OMG it will blow your mind it is amazing. The audio book is very good, too. I actually found it at my public library!
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