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About meI Like to read. I have a masters degree in Medieval History and a second masters in Library and Information Science. Medieval History, philosophy, and Sci-Fi are my main reading interests.

About my libraryThis is my home library. If it has an ISBN it's here.

GroupsAesthetics and Philosophy of Art, History Fans, Medieval Europe, Medieval manuscripts, Science Fiction Fans

Favorite authorsMike Allred, Frank Barlow, M. C. Beaton, Marc Bloch, Michael Crichton, David Crouch, Jacques Derrida, Philip K. Dick, Jacques Le Goff, Ursula K. Le Guin, Frank Herbert, Mike Mignola, R. I. Moore, Karl Popper, Neal Stephenson (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresBorders - Lancaster, Penn Book Center, Seminary Co-op Bookstore

Favorite librariesLancaster Public Library, Penn State University Libraries, The Library Company of Philadelphia, University of Chicago - Joseph Regenstein Library, University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt Library

Other favoritesLancaster County's Historical Society & President James Buchanan's Wheatland

LocationOxford, PA

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceJul 3, 2009

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Thanks for adding me to your interesting libraries list. I appreciate it!
The process of the conversion of Europe to Christianity? Thinking in regards to pagans, i.e., Lithuanians c. 1000, etc.
Got The Crusades: A History by Jonathan Riley-Smith.

How about a history of Arthurian legend?
Hooked X???
Let me know what you think/how the group goes.
I think it would suit you fine, then. You have the background to understand it and lead a discussion of it.
I like Cantor's book, but I'm not sure it would meet your needs: 1. It's lengthy; 2. It presumes the familiarity of readers with Ancient and Western history, and 3. It covers the totality of Jewish history from origins through the 1980s. Would you be able to focus on a sliver of history with which your group might be unfamiliar (non-WWII/Holocaust)?
Never quit.
Where did you find these Matthew Hughes books?
Aaron Fogleman? Hmm: http://www.amazon.com/Jesus-Female-Moravians-Religion-American/dp/0812220269/ref...
Abacus and the Cross: Thoughts?
Indian recipes? Whip me up some butter chicken.
Medieval Jewry, esp. in Spain?
History of the crusades for the general reader: Any recommendations?
It's been over a year since I last commented. More, more.
More.
By the way, I just watched you add a book. Creepy.
Somebody reads way more than I. Book it.
Uh-oh - another one. ;)

Stop by the Medieval History group if you get the chance. It's been quiet lately but sometimes it gets going.
Yeah, bookslut!
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