Ten Books for Sociology Nerds

Sociology is a serious interest of mine. I have my Bachelors in Sociology and Its a subject area which I continue to explore. When I am looking for a new book to read, that is often the section I start off in (although my reading interests are all over the place). I'm sure that I'm not alone in my interests so I've put together a list of ten books that I think would be great for sociology nerds like myself. Even if you think that isn't a subject you hold any interest in, these books are well worth picking up. The general theme of these books is that they explore a different world, or culture - one which you might have little experience with or prior knowledge. They might not officially be considered sociology books, but I feel like those with that type of interest (and others!) will enjoy them!

by Kennedy Odede and Jessica Posner
(Review Here)

by Lynsey Addario
(Review Here) 

by David Ebershoff 
(Review Here)


by Katherine Boo 

by Lois Mark Stalvey  

6. Night
by Elie Wiesel  

by Marjane Satrapi  
(Review Here)

by Malala Yousafzai  
(Review Here)

by Jonathan Safran Foer  

by Lauren Belfer  

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I hope that this list inspires your reading! If you have any suggestions that you think I might like based off of this list, please leave them in the comments!

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