Fiction Reading List
Non Fiction Reading
Great Debate: Advocates and Opponents of the American Constitution by Professor Thomas L. Pangle Ph.D. explains that "the great controversy out of which our Constitution was born, so that we ourselves can begin to re-enact, in some degree, the debates and thus the choices—and, more importantly, the arguments for the choices—that were made by the founding generation."
This is a great course to help you understand the political foundation of US.
Published in 2012, the course leads the stories in the US history. The course is beyond the events, names and time but full of unpredictable opportunities and brave explorations.
You have to really love to hear story to listen through these videos. Unlike the "HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT WORLD" which has more video effects, this series is more like having professors teaching in front of a class. However, the professors are really good and it worths watching.
The following content are offered:
History of the Ancient World: A Global Perspective by Professor Gregory S. Aldrete Ph.D.University of Wisconsin, Green Bay is a costly (around $450/set) series from the Great Courses. Prof. Gregory took me to a great journey back in history across countries including Egypt, India, China and more.