The following list breaks down some readings you may have done in your courses.


  • Make It Stick: The science of Successful Learning - Peter Brown et al.
  • Mindset - Carol Dweck
  • Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less - Alex Soojung-Kim
  • The Diversity Bonus: How Great Teams PAy Off in the Knowledge Economy - Page Scott
  • The Knowledge Illusion: Why We Never Think Alone - Steven Sloman and Philip Fernback
  • The Power of Habit - Charles Duhigg
  • Thinking in Systems - Donella H. Meadows
  • Understanding How We Learn: A Visual Guide - Yana Weinstein and Megan Sumeracki


  • A More Beautiful Question - Warren Berger
  • Change by Design - Tim Brown
  • Communication in Small Groups - Beebe and Masterson
  • Design: A Very Short Introduction - John Heskett
  • Design: creation of artifacts in society - Karl T. Ulrich
  • Glimmer - Warren Berger
  • In the Bubble - John Thackara
  • Surfing Tsunamis of Change - Shanah Trevenna
  • The Back of the Napkin - Dan Roam
  • The Psychology of Everyday Things - Don Norman
  • Thinking Big, Building Small - Marianne Brandis
  • Universal Methods of Design - Hanington & Martin


  • Blindsight and insight in visuo-spatial neglect - John C. Marshall and Peter W. Halligan
  • Emploring Philosophical Dialouge in Collaborative Science - Sanford D. Eigenbrode
  • Epistemological Pluralism: Reorganizing Interdisciplinary Research - Thaddeus R. Miller et al.
  • Experiments, Observations, and Other Kinds of Evidence - Samuel M. Scheiner
  • Ignorance How It Drives Science - Stuart Firestein
  • Rejecting the Ideal Value-Free Science - Heather Douglas
  • Rethinking Expertise Harry Collins and Robert Evans
  • What are Academic Disciplines? - Armin Krishnan
  • What is this thing called Science? Alan W. Chalmers


  • Disability Studies Methodology: Explaining Ourselves to Others - Margaret Price
  • Fall in Love with an-Other Lesbian: Reflections on Identity in Fieldwork - Evelyn Blackwood
  • Feminist Social Epistemology - Heidi Grasswick
  • Is the Sex of Knower Epistemologically Significant - Lorraine Code
  • On the Reading of Historical Texts: Notes on the Breach Between School and Academy - SS Wineburg
  • Subjects, Power and Knowledge: Description and Prescription in Feminist Philosophies of Science - Helen E. Longino
  • Telling Her Own Truth: June Jordan, Standard English and the Epistemology of Ignorance - Nancy McHugh
  • The epistemic challenges, trust and the online collaborative group, - Regina O. Smith
  • The Paradox of Trust in Science - Robert Crease
  • The Role of Trust in Knowledge - John Hardwig
  • Trust, Expertise, and the Philosophy of Science - Kyle P. Whyte and Robert Crease
  • Why Standpoint Matters - Alison Wylie

For a brief overview for some of the above INTEG 221 readings check out theseĀ INTEG 221 Reading Summaries (PDF).