I find myself reading 100+ pages a day for my classes, far more even than my investment of time in our country’s college dailies, so I expect my reading is deserving of its own semi-regular feature on this blog as well.
From Roger Rinke and Rodney Stark, The Churching of America, 1776-1990:
Indeed, how could demographers, and especially their graduate students, fail to notice a whole shelf of books of religious statistics located alongside the regular census volumes? [emphasis mine]
Oh, those pesky grad students, never doing their advisors’ work for them well enough.