The World Citizenship Challenge, hosted by Eva is a reading challenge that invites participants to get to know the world better and become true world citizens. The challenge begins January 1st, 2009 and ends December 31st, 2009. However, you can join any time before the challenge ends. The challenge blog is here.
You do not have to make a reading list ahead of time.
There will be monthly mini-challenges that you can choose whether or not to participate in.
There will be prizes.
There are six categories of books: politics, economics, history, culture or anthropology/sociology, worldwide issues, and memoirs/autobiographies. You can learn more about each category, and see a suggested reading list, but clicking on its tab.
There are six levels of participation to choose from; I am going to chose the minor level.
The Minor Level You’ve taken a couple classes in World Citizenship and decide to go ahead and get the minor. After all, you’ll learn more stuff and you can still have a practical major! For this level, you need to commit to three books, from at least two different categories.
As I read the books, I will list them on this post.