I took it easy this week and will have to continue resting for another week probably.
Even so, it was New Year’s Eve and as always I recorded a little summary of the books I read during the past year.
S left on Thursday, so I went there several times to pick up stuff and to meet him. A good last week and a good start of something new!
I finished Foucault’s History of Sexuality in the last days of 2021, and when I felt I could read a bit more again, I started with:
- Illouz, Eva. 2012. Why Love Hurts: A Sociological Explanation.: Introduction, p. 1-17.
I immediately liked this one, which was recommended by my supervisor.
In the end-of-year closing of browser tabs (gotta make that end-of-work-week instead) I found these sweet posts:
- Ali Abdaal: Be content to be thought foolish
- Louis Chew:
- Ramen Teh (Eric Khoo, Japan/Singapore, 2018): Uneven start develops into cry fest.