My favourite academic books of 2020

As with previous years, these are a list of academic books published this year which I read and appreciated. This means that good books which I haven’t yet read don’t feature, and I will of course miss many. Several of these are books I reviewed or endorsed, and some are by friends and colleagues. Certain publishers feature disproportionately. It’s of course biased by my interests and prejudices. So while there are doubtless many other good books this year, I can at least say that these are all worth reading.

Here are the lists from 2013201420152016201720182019

Some of the books I liked this year…
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