What I’ve Been Reading: June

With the academic year behind me, and not yet teaching my summer course, June was a great month for me as a reader. Here are my June completed readings (The little white paperback above Decolonizing Academia is Brian W. Foster, Blackened White; not pictured: The Pre-Christian Religions of the North, edited by Margaret Clunies-Ross, which had to go back to its home institution before June 30):

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What about you–what have you been reading this summer?

About Melissa Ridley Elmes

Professor and writer; Unrepentant nerd; chaotic good. Author of Arthurian Things: A Collection of Poems. PhD, MFA. She/hers. Views my own.
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1 Response to What I’ve Been Reading: June

  1. I’ve been working my way through some cute cozy mysteries by Jessa Archer. Light and fun!

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