I have way more time than most people for this reading nonsense. I also have access to digital copies of books that at some points are difficult to trace or find, but are perpetually cited throughout the humanities/social sciences academy. Here are some of them.

Archaeology of Knowledge, Foucault, 1974

Being and Time, Heidegger, 1996

Custer Died for Your Sins, Deloria Jr., 1969

Diversity of Play, Mathias Fuchs (Ed.), 2015

Empire, Michael Hardt + Antonio Negri, 2001

History of Sexuality Vol. 1, Foucault, 1978

History of Sexuality Vol. 2, Foucault, 1985

History of Sexuality, Vol. 3, Foucault, 1986

History Manifesto, Jo Guldi + David Armitage, 2014

Madness and Civilization, Foucault, 1964

Making of the English Working Class, Thompson, 1966

Orientalism, Said, 1977

People’s History of the United States, Zinn, 1980

The Republic of Plato, Trans. Allan Bloom, 1991

Selections from The Prison Notebooks, Gramsci, 1971

Truth and Method, Gadamer, 2004

Wretched of the Earth, Fanon, 1963



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