Even if you aren’t interested in politics or economics or even history, I bet you’re curious about other societies. Part of being a world citizen is recognising that other places have different value systems and approaches to life. Books about religion, day-to-day life, and other aspects of culture/society fall in here.


2 responses to “Culture

  1. I have read Belfast Diary and highly recommend it. It has a lot to offer in terms of culture and it’s well worth reading. Readers should be aware, though, that it’s dated. Belfast Diary was written in 1995, 3 years before the peace treaty was signed. The political situation in Northern Ireland has changed dramatically in the last decade.

  2. That’s a very good point Ali! I didn’t get around to annotating this list, but I’m going to copy and paste your comment up there. 🙂

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