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Date: 2017-03-15 08:52 pm (UTC)
liv: Bookshelf labelled: Caution. Hungry bookworm (bookies)
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Thanks so much for suggesting stuff! Graeber's Debt is one I'd considered, but I think it's possibly a bit dense, it would feel more like work than fun.

I am not against something that would teach my bar mitzvah student about polytheism, but I think I'd want an academic-ish study of history of religions or comparative religion, rather than something actually from a polytheist point of view.

Good thought about This bridge called my back; if I'm offering something about American modern history / politics it shouldn't only be white history. I don't think this kid identifies particularly as a feminist, but also don't think he'd turn up his nose at something with a feminist stance, he does care about equality in a somewhat vague teenager way. Maybe I should get The invisible heart for myself, in any case :-)
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