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1 Introduction (Reading’s Refrain) “What is the sum of the text?” R o l a n d B a R t h e s Repetitions In The Jew’s Daughter, a now classic work of electronic fic­ tion by Judd Morrissey, we see an image of a single, static page. As the cursor passes over a highlighted word, por­ tions of the page change, while some of the words stay the same. Unlike the turning of the page in a book, where a visual space is entirely overwritten, here only parts of the page change, even as it maintains its overall formal stabil­ ity. The pages of The Jew’s Daughter— if we

Recommended Reading Denny, M. W. 1988. Biology and the mechanics of the wave-swept environment. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Ennos, R. 2011. Solid mechanics. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Gates, D. M. 1980. Biophysical ecology. New York: Springer Verlag. Gibson, L. J., M. F. Ashby, and B. A. Harley. 2010. Cellular materials in nature and medi- cine. New York: Cambridge University Press. Gordon, J. E. 1976. The new science of strong material or why you don’t fall through the floor. 2nd ed. London: Penguin. ———. 1978. Structures or why

377 377 Further Reading INTRODUCTION Francisca de Haan et al. (eds.), Women’s Activism: Global Perspectives from the 1890s to the Present (Routledge, 2013). Ellen Carol Dubois et al., ‘Circling the Globe: International Feminism Reconsidered, 1910 to 1975’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 2009. Kathryn Gleadle and Zoë Thomas, ‘Global Feminisms, c. 1870– 1930: Vocabularies and Concepts –  A Comparative Approach’, Women’s History Review 27:7 (2018), 1209– 24. Nancy A. Hewitt (ed.), No Permanent Waves: Recasting Histories of U.S. Feminism (Rutgers

Selected Reading The books listed below, most of which were published during the past twenty years, offer a variety of perspectives on mod- ern Stendhal criticism. Adams, Robert M. Stendhal: Notes on a Novelist. New York: Noonday Press, 1959. An incisive, intelligent study bridg- ing literary criticism and biography. Aragon, Louis. La Lumiere de Stendhal. Paris: Denoel, 1954. Contains some provocative discussions of Stendhal's realism. Arbelet, Paul. La Jeunesse de Stendhal. Paris: Champion, 1919. A detailed biography of Stendhal's early years. Atherton

Additional Readings Alexander, R. 1981. The chordates. 2d ed. London: Cambridge University Press. Colbert, E. 1980. Evolution of the vertebrates. 3d ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Hildebrand, M. 1982. Analysis of vertebrate structure. 2d ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Hildebrand, M., D. Bramble, K. Liem, and D. Wake, 1985. Functional verte- brate morphology. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. Piveteau, J., ed. 1964. Traite de paleontologie. Paris: Masson. Romer, A. S. 1966. Vertebrate paleontology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press

Further Reading a coMplete and annotated English edition of The Merits of Women is available as The Worth of Women in the University of Chi- cago Press “The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe” series (first published in 1997). The same series includes an edition of Fonte’s Floridoro: A Chivalric Romance, translated by Julia Kisacky and ed- ited by Kisacky and Valeria Finucci (2006), along with numerous other works by Italian sixteenth-century women. Of special inter- est to readers of Fonte are the Poems and Selected Letters of the Vene- tian courtesan and

97 Further Reading Because this book was not written for an audience of professional philosophers, or even amateur ones for that matter, a fair number of readers may be relatively unacquainted with the writings of the three philosophers—Dewey, Kant, and Hegel—whose ideas fig- ure most prominently in its pages. Some may wish to know more not only about those three men and their ideas, but also about the broader philosophical context of their work. Living in the computer age, as we do, the easy way to satisfy that desire would be to turn on one’s PC or Mac

Suggested Readings If you’re ready to read one more book to learn more about how to teach effec- tively, I suggest: Susan A. Ambrose, Michael W. Bridges, Michele DiPietro, Mar- sha C. Lovett, and Marie K. Norman, How Learning Works: Seven Research­ Based Principles for Smart Teaching ( John Wiley & Sons, 2010). Although written with K– 12 teachers in mind, I think there are a large num- ber of straightforward lessons in this book that can help you find a way to improve your craft: Robyn R. Jackson, Never Work Harder Than Your Students and Other Principles of