Despite reaching exactly none of my 2021 reading goals, I've decided to still set two for 2022. However, I'm keeping them fairly chill and low effort. I know I'm in for a busy year with my wedding and qualifying exams, so I want to keep reading fun. Or as fun as it can be when… Continue reading 2022 Reading Goals
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Between Women: Friendship, Desire, and Marriage in Victorian England by Sharon Marcus - 4 stars I read this as research for my Feminist Theory paper. It was a great read that combined history and literary studies to explore the various relationships between women in the 19th-century. I learned a lot, and it was incredibly helpful for… Continue reading December Wrap Up
Here we are at the end of 2021! This year didn't quite go how I thought it would. I'd planned to be reading for my qualifying exams, but I decided to push them off until Fall 2022. I also wanted to read way more than I did. I ended up in a reading slump for… Continue reading 2021 Wrap Up
At the beginning of the year, I set four reading goals, which you can find here. And now we're toward the end of December, so I figured I'd update you on how I did. In short, terrible. But let's go into details. 1. Read 100 books This is the first year in a while that… Continue reading How Did I Do With My 2021 Reading Goals?
The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together by Heather McGhee - 4 stars This was for my Feminist Theory course. McGhee looks at how racism affects everyone in the USA. I thought it was well-done, readable, and quite interesting. Jill by Amy Dillwyn - 4 stars This forgotten… Continue reading November Wrap Up