Benjamin Geer on Wed, 3 Mar 2004 14:32:35 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> what would be nettime's reading list?

geert lovink wrote:
> (Would it include Empire, Crowds and Power, Male Fantasies, a Foucault,
> Ahrendt or even Deleuze? How much history (of science)? How much would
> politically correct and which titles would really be useful? Geert)

Maybe there should be different reading lists depending on the 
geographical and cultural background of the reader.  For anyone in North 
America or Europe, _A History of the Modern Middle East_ by William L. 
Cleveland.  That sort of thing.

But really, students should be required to learn at least one 
non-Indo-European language, including a one-year immersion course taken 
abroad... preferably in early adolescence.


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