The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, Les Misérables (basically anything by Dumas, or Hugo), Catch 22, LOTR, The Hobbit, Silmarillion, The Name of the Rose, Plato's The Republic, Sherlock Holmes (really anything by Arthur C. Clark), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Series, The Hunger Games Series, A History of Western Philosophy (just a bit of light reading :P), Justice is Fairness by Rawls, 1984 by Orwell (really, anything by Orwell), Harry Potter, this list could go for quite awhile.....
12 Angry Men (the original), Midnight in Paris, Across the Universe, Star Wars Hexalogy,
Anything Star Trek, Doctor Who, Community, Futurama, Arrested Development, South Park, Gotham, Arrow
Indie / Folk
2. My cat
4. Friends and Family
6. My macbook
Lately, I have been spending a lot of time thinking about power, systemic oppression, privilege, and intersectionality. I've been pondering how the intersections of privilege and disadvantage that we each inhabit are also sites of contradictions. How do we negotiate the contradictions we all live?