Foreign or Domestic?

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Foreign or Domestic?

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  • B.K. Marcus

    Do you prefer to study American history, world history, or something else?

    Me, I really like material history, e.g.,

    Salt: A World History by Mark Kurlansky

    A History of the World in 6 Glasses by Tom Standage

    An Edible History of Humanity also by Tom Standage

    Potato: A History of the Propitious Esculent by John Reader

    Banana by Dan Koeppel

    I guess material history counts as world history.

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  • Mike Vroman

    If I had to choose an area that I was most interested in, I think I would have to say Central Asia.

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      B.K. Marcus

      Mike, any books on Central American history to recommend?

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      Mike Vroman

      Sorry, no. That’s an area I am not well read on. I do know someone locally who is something of an expert, if I see her soon enough I’ll ask her.

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