Lists are all too often gratuitous (as with lists of accomplishments) and of dubious value (as in many "best of" lists). But I usually don't find this to be the case for lists of books and other materials one has read. Why? Because what a person has read, their reading formation, plays an important role in how they think and, ideally, how they act in the world. The adage "You are what you eat" goes for all things we consume, whether literally or figuratively, and so I offer my book list as a window into my own reading formation.
Books Read in 2019
Arturo Escobar. Designs for the Pluriverse: Radical Interdependence, Autonomy, and the Making of Worlds.