[-empyre-] BOOKSHELF ALL-CALL: -empyre week 2

Renate Terese Ferro rferro at cornell.edu
Mon Jun 13 13:00:47 AEST 2016

Thanks to Sean and all of you who this past week posted your to read bookshelves. Sean wrote this snippet that I think is worthy of reposting.  
Sean Cubitt wrote: 
Reading time becomes precious, therefore tied to projects, which in the age=
 of automated search and recommendation destroys the serendipity of wanderi=
ng through libraries.

Reading time is precious and for me punctuated by too many other demands.  I have really been enjoying perusing through all of your lists and have found some interesting titles that I have added to my own  list. I am headed to NYC for the next few days and am looking forward to reading some of The Botany of Desire. 

For all of our -empyre subscribers please join in and share.  This one is for all of you.  Post your bookshelf of titles you hope to read over the next few months. 

Best.  Renate

Renate Ferro
Visiting Associate Professor
College of Architecture, Art and Planning
Department of Art
Tjaden Hall 306
rferro at cornell.edu

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