Quarantine Reading

This page lists the books I’ve read during quarantine. If you’ve read any of these titles I would love to hear your thoughts!

March

I Stared At the Night of The City by Bakhtiyar Ali

The Eternal Challenge: A Journey Through The Miraculous Quran by Abu Zakariya

Make Rojava Green Again by the Internationalist Commune Rojava

The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx

April

Three Daughters of Eve by Elif Safack

Democratic Confederalism by Abdullah Ocalan

The God of Small Things by Arhundati Roy

Women In The Quran by Asma Lamrabart

May

Assata: An Autobiography by Assata Shakur

What A Fish Knows by Jonathan Balcomb

Radical Love: Teachings from the Islamic Mystical Tradition translated and edited by Omid Safi

June

Race Music: Black Cultures From Bebop to Hip-Hop by Guthrie P.Ramsey,Jr.

The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin

Purple Hearts by Michael Grant

Selected Essays from Post Scarcity Anarchism by Murray Bookchin

Anarchy by Errico Malatesta

Kafka on The Shore by Haruki Murakami

July

Sara: My Whole Life Was A Struggle by Sakine Cansiz

The Laws Of Medicine: Field Notes from an Uncertain Science by Siddhartha Mukherjee

Memed,My Hawk by Yashar Kemal

The Cancer Journals by Audre Lord

Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler

Because I Wanted To : KANEKO FUMIKO on nihilism and why she wanted to kill the Emperor of Japan compiled and translated by Max Res

Are Prisons Obsolete? by Angela Y Davis

Mem and Zin by Ahmed Khani (translated by Salah Sadalla)

Dreams of Trespass by Fatima Mernissi

War Doctor:Surgery on the Front Line by David Nott

August

Birds,art,life,death by Kyo Maclear

Revolutionary Learning Marxism,Feminism and Knowledge by Sarah Carpenter and Shahrzad Mojab

Sara: Prison Memoirs of a Kurdish Revolutionary by Sakine Cansiz

Vital Signs: The Deadly Costs of Health Inequality by Lee Humber

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

A Fortunate Man: The Story of a Country Doctor by John Berger

Suite for Barbara Loden by Nathalie Léger

Educated by Tara Westover

September

Killing the Black Body: Race, Reproduction and the Meaning of Liberty by Dorothy Roberts