The one book every student should read in 2018, according to Harvard professors
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Harvard University professors constantly read and assign texts to their students. So they know a good book when they see one.
With that in mind, Business Insider asked professors at Harvard to share the single book they think every student should read in 2018.
The professors include Nobel laureates, scientists, economists, and Pulitzer Prize winners. The books they chose were as diverse as their professional backgrounds.
Read on to see what professors from Harvard think you should read next year.
'Anna Karenina,' by Leo Tolstoy
'The Internationalists,' by Oona Hathaway and Scott Shapiro
'Just Mercy,' by Bryan Stevenson
'The Theory of Moral Sentiments,' by Adam Smith
'Robot-Proof: Higher Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence,' by Joseph Aoun