Hillsdale’s List of Top Ten Books You’ve Got to Read

Alumnus David Graber, ’14, nominated the College via Facebook to list our picks for the top ten most influential books, so we asked professors from around campus for recommendations. The hardest part of creating this list was narrowing it down to just ten books! Here is Hillsdale’s list of ten most influential books, and why you’ve got to read them.

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I will come out of Hillsdale a different person

After arriving on campus for freshman orientation, Hillsdale has been exceeding Claudia Sladick’s expectations. She aspires to study Politics and Economics and has already gotten involved in groups such as the Conservative Women’s Club and Praxis.

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Nathan Conroy

Convinced of his alma mater’s excellence, Nathan Conroy notes “only a select few are admitted to Hillsdale College, and I’m proud to be one of those ‘chosen few’ who are called upon to represent all that Hillsdale stands for.”

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Lover of Austen, Brontë, and Teaching

Dr. Eadie teaches a number of English classes at Hillsdale College, including Great Books and Restoration and Romantic British Literature. She specializes in eighteenth-century literature, which she applies by teaching classes centered around Jane Austen and Emily Brontë.

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