Summer Reading 2022

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Egmont’s Summer reading recommendations

 

Valerie Arnould

The Kaiser’s Holocaust. Germany’s Forgotten Genocide; David Olusoga & Casper W. Erichsen
Heaven; Mieko Kawakami (fiction)

 

Ilana Bet-El

Empireland; Sathnam Sanghera
Visitations; Jenny Erpenbeck (fiction)

 

Sven Biscop

The Shadow of the Gods; Dominic Lieven
Geography is Destiny; Ian Morris

 

Peter Bosch

Revolusi. Indonesia and the Birth of the Modern World; David Van Reybrouck

 

Jim Cloos

Ulysses: A Reader’s Odyssey; Dan Mulhall
Le Grand Tour; Oliveur Guez (Editeur)
Kissinger, l’Européen; Jérémie Gallon
Le rêve de Champlain; David Hacker Fischer
The Border; Erika Fatland
Das Achte Leben; Nino Haratischwili

 

Jo Coelmont

Does the EU Need Treaty Change?; Stefan Lehne

 

Francesca Colli

The Good Ancestor; Roman Krznaric

 

Marie-Anne Coninx

Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914; Christopher Clark
De Pierre et d’Os; Berengère Cournut (fiction)

 

Remco Driesen

Meditations (Gregory Hays translation); Marcus Aurelius

 

Jonathan Faull

The Road Home; Rose Tremain (fiction)

 

Maria Gargano

Bananas, Beaches and Bases: Making Feminist Sense of International Politics; Cynthia Enloe

 

Tobias Gerhke

Six Faces of Globalisation; Anthea Roberts & Nicolas Lamp
The Economic Weapon; Nicholas Mulder

 

Jean-Christophe Hoste

Campert Compleet; Remco Campert

 

Christophe Houyoux

From Hell; Alan Moore & Eddie Campbell (graphic novel)

 

Nicola Lennon

Talking to Strangers; Malcolm Gladwell
Of Women and Salt; Gabriela Garcia (fiction)
The Cabinet; Un-Su Kim (fiction)

 

Alexander Mattelaer

The Ambassadors: Thinking about Diplomacy from Machiavelli to Modern Times; Robert Cooper

 

Thomas Renard

Overblown: Exploring the Gap Between the Fear of Terrorist Recidivism and the Evidence; Thomas Renard
The End of October; Lawrence Wright (fiction)

 

François Roux

Le courage de la nuance; Jean Birnbaum
Nous ne sommes plus seuls au monde; Bertrand Badie

 

Karen van Loon

Arctic Dreams; Barry Lopez
Collapse: The Fall of the Soviet Union; Vladislav M. Zubok

 

Johan Verbeke

Do Morals Matter? – Presidents and Foreign Policy from FDR to Trump; Joseph S. Nye
Rationality – What it is, why it seems scarce, why it matters; Steven Pinker

 

Nina Wilén

African Peacekeeping; Nina Wilén & Jonathan Fisher
Prisoners of Geography; Tim Marshall

 

 


 

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