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Anyone who follows me on Facebook already knows this, but I decided to celebrate New Year's as combination "Thank god 2011 is over"/Countdown to the Zombie Apocalypse.  And, honestly, it's only a day, but my 2011 had sucked so hard that I really feel like it's permission to let go of all the pain and sad. 

I see a lot of people posting what they've read in the past year so I thought I'd give it a go.



1. The Cultural Turn in U.S. History
2.  The United States: A Brief Narrative History
3.  Barr, Peace Came in the Form of a Woman
4.  Lepore, The Name of War
5.  Gomez, Exchanging Our Country Marks
6.  Johnson, Soul By Soul
7.  Foster, Sex and the Eighteenth-Century Man
8.  Block, Rape and Sexual Power in Early America
9.  Butler, Becoming American
10.  Greene, Pursuits of Happiness
11.  Fischer, Albion's Seed
12.  Meinig, Atlantic America
13.  Auslander, Cultural Revolutions
14.  Young, The Shoemaker and the Tea Party
15.  Roberts, American Alchemy
16.  Sheriff, Artificial River
17.  Roediger, Wages of Whiteness
18.  Bay, White Image in the Black Mind
19.  Ignatiev, How the Irish Became White
20.  Faust, This Republic of Suffering
21.  Blight, Race and Reunion
22.  Kaplan, Anarchy of Empire
23.  Trachtenberg, Incorporation of America
24.
  Nelson, Steel Drivin' Man
25.  Enstad, Ladies of Labor, Girls of Adventure
26. Cogan, Frances B.  All-American Girl: The Ideal of Real Womanhood in Mid-Nineteenth Century
27.  Cunningham, Patricia A.  Reforming Women’s Fashion, 1850-1920
28. 
Fischer, Gayle V.  Pantaloons and Power: A Nineteenth-Century Dress Reform in the United States
29. 
Kunzle, David.  Fashion & Fetishism: Corsets, Tight-Lacing, and Other Forms of Body-Sculpture
30. 
Marks, Patricia.  Bicycles, Bangs, and Bloomers: The New Woman in the Popular Press
31. 
Mattingly, Carol.  Appropriate[Ing] Dress: Women’s Rhetorical Style in Nineteenth-Century America
32. 
Smith, Catherine and Cynthia Greig.  Women in Pants: Manly Maidens, Cowgirls, and Other Renegades
33. 
Smith-Rosenberg, Carroll.  Disorderly Conduct: Visions of Gender in Victorian America
34.  Halttunen, Confidence Men and Painted Women
Note: This was ONE class.
35.  Carole R. McCann and Seung-kyung Kim, Feminist Theory Reader: Local and Global Perspectives
36.  Alison M. Jagger, Just Methods: An Interdisciplinary Feminist Reader

37.  See, Snow Flower and the Secret Fan
38.  Skloot, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
39.  Lussier, Intrepid Woman: Betty Lussier's Secret War, 1942-1945
40.  Vaughn, Sleeping with the Enemy: Coco Chanel's Secret War

41.  Stockett, The Help
42.  Lowenthal, The Heritage Crusade and the Spoils of History
43.  Bodnar, Remaking America

44.  Haddad, Not Quite American?: The Shaping of Arab and Muslim Identity in the United States
45.  Fey, Bossypants
46.  Orenstein, Cinderella Ate My Daughter
47.  Daniels, Coming to America
48.  Beavan, No Impact Man
49.  Adams, Pornography of Meat

50.  Adams, The Sexual Politics of Meat
51.  Reed, Supernatural: Bobby Singer's Guide to Hunting
52.  Brown, The Mythology of Supernatural
53. 
Rachman, The Imperfectionists
54.  Bain, What the Best College Teachers Do
55.  Giesberg, Army at Home: Women and the Civil War on the Northern Homefront
56.  Volo, Family Life in 19th Century America
57.  Braidotti, Transpositions: On Nomadic EthicsI
58.  Scully, Feminist Bioethics: At the Center, on the Margins
59.  Levine, The Unpredictable Past
60.  Georges and Jones, Folkloristics

61.  Collins, The Hunger Games
62.  Collins, Catching Fire
63.  Collins, Mockingjay

64.  Roth, Divergent
65.  Condy, Matched
66.  Condy, Crossed
67.  Harris, Dead Reckoning
68.  Harris, Dead in the Family
69.  Marten, The Children's Civil War
70.  Mitchell, Northern Ladies Civil War Fashions
71.  Mendez, You Can't be Mexican: You Talk Like Me
72.  Wallach, Women's Studies on the Edge
73.  Allen, Garden Spells
74.  Butler, Feminism and the Subversion of Identity
75.  Giffin, Baby Proof
76.  Halberstam, In A Queer Time and Place
77.  Lavin, Push Comes to Shove



This is what I can think of so far.  There were others that I picked up and have forgotten (and others that are health-related and too personal to list).  If I think of more, I'll add them. 

I did a HUGE amount of reading, but I'm just now starting to enjoy it again.

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