November 2018 #GoodReads & #GoodListens

This month, I’m excited to share 11 #GoodReads, #GoodListens and our first #GoodWatch! This month’s recommendations include a photo essay from last month’s elections that reflect what unites and divides our nation, the return of the tremendous podcast Uncivil which tells stories left out of the official history, a great episode of 99% Invisible about rebuilding Puerto Rico’s power grid, and one of the best articles I’ve ever read in the Harvard Business Review — about why human beings need the humanities!

As is true every month, we aim to share some recommendations about building knowledge, process, strategy, and cultures for social change, others that are examples of anthropology in action, explorations of cultures and how they developed, and still others which we believe are fascinating notions from the adjacent possible, the potential and serendipity created when you notice and connect the unlikely.

Let us know what you think about them and share your own in the comments below or by tweeting us with your #GoodReads and/or #GoodListens. And check out our previous recs here!

Let us know what you think about this month’s recommendations and share your own in the comments below or by tweeting us with your #GoodReads and/or #GoodListens. And check out our previous recs here!