Following up on the list of graphic novels I am planning on reading in 2021, I thought I would post what I’m currently reading. There’s no graphic novels in this post. The last graphic novel I read was Not Funny Ha-Ha by Leah Hayes. In no particular order, I’m at various stages of reading (which shouldn’t be taken to mean “endorsing”) the following:

  • The Manifesto for Teaching Online, by Siân Bayne, Peter Evans, Rory Ewins, Jeremy Knox, James Lamb, Hamish Macleod, Clara O’Shea, Jen Ross, Philippa Sheail and Christine Sinclair
  • Failure to Disrupt: Why Technology Alone Can’t Transform Education, by Justin Reich
  • Alternative Universities: Speculative Design for Innovation in Higher Education, by David J. Staley (rereading)
  • Narrative Economics: How Stories Go Viral and Drive Major Economic Events, Robert J. Shiller
  • Your Day, Your Way: The Fact and Fiction Behind Your Daily Decisions, by Tim Caulfield
  • Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity—and Why This Harms Everybody, by Helen Pluckrose and James A. Lindsay
  • Living a Feminist Life, by Sara Ahmed (re-reading)