A Summer Reading Wish List
You, like me, probably have a fantasy list of books that you hope to read over the summer. The books may be related to your summer scholarship plans, but likely they aren’t. They sit on your night table or will arrive soon (once Amazon gets those pre-ordered titles in stock). A number of books appear on my list and, amidst writing a piece with co-blogger Frank Pasquale and another with guest blogger Helen Norton, I hope to have a chance to read them: William Nelson’s The Roots of American Bureaucracy (read his glorious Americanization of the Common Law if you haven’t done so already), Martha Nussbaum’s From Disgust to Humanity: Sexual Orientation and Constitutional Law, Clay Shirkey’s Cognitive Surplus, Cory Doctorow’s Makers, Rodney Smolla’s Free Speech in an Open Society (that’s a necessary re-read for me), Barbara van Schewick’s Internet Architecture and Innovation, and Sotirios Barber and James Fleming’s Constitutional Interpretation: The Basic Questions. What’s on your list? The problem with hearing from you is that my pile will no doubt grow!