Popular Books on Academics

 

Academics are a group of individuals that are of or belong to an academic institution. It can also mean the study concepts or the syllabus mandated by an institution, other than the general recreational activities that you can do even outside your educational institutions.

We present you with a list of books on academics so you can understand more and develop your knowledge about how the field works; or get with the rules if you want to enter the field and also make an excellent read if you are planning or reading something serious and informative.

 

The Prince

This is a completely political book which is nothing but a treatise by Machiavelli, who is an Italian diplomat.  The book includes ideas about how to gain and hold power. It even has an English translation with lots of illustrations making it an engaging read and a true book of the academic world. It is an extremely intriguing and thought-provoking book.

Read it For:
History fans are bound to love this book for all its past descriptions and wonderful stories.
Don't Read it For:
If you are not looking for a serious history book, then this book is not for you.
What makes this book stand out?:
The author knows how to write to grab the reader’s attention and details how to gain and consume power in the world.

The Rights of Man

The book is huge literary support for democracy and the right form of legislation. It speaks in favor of the French Revolution, at least the initial uprising stages and talks about a lot of political and economic issues of the world regarding the connections between laws and wages, public employment and is a remarkable academic book that is prescribed for many students as a must-read.

Read it For:
The author details all the essential concepts about how the socio-economic world works, should work and enlists steps needed to be taken for doing so.
Don't Read it For:
The book might get a little too complicated or catch a much serious tone than you can read.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book can be read as a pleasure read or even a serious reference read by students, professors and economists. This book is one of the best books on academics.

Graduate Study for the Twenty-First Century

The book gives us a good glimpse into academics and how they are useful in our life. The book mainly focuses on how to grant your paper and successfully master an apprentice or work through your Ph.D. The author truly understands the trials of a student and includes all kinds of solutions to stabilize the academic environment of an individual.

Read it For:
If you are looking to progress or enter into the academic world, then this book is a must-read for you.
Don't Read it For:
The book can be a little too serious or too much of a self-help book for all readers to enjoy.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book is really useful as it details how to surpass the problems you face in your academic life.

A Guide to Academics

The book details all the aspects of graduate school that one might find when they enter a college or university. It is a remarkably written book about grants, college fees, publishing papers, grants; getting the right job according to your PhD and how to succeed in such high competition of the world.

Read it For:
It is a sensible read where the author enlists all the roles and responsibilities of an academician in everyday life.
Don't Read it For:
It is a sensible read where the author enlists all the roles and responsibilities of an academician in everyday life.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book is remarkably written and is a must-have for all college students who want to understand the formula for success.
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Social Media for Academics

The book, as the name obviously suggests, speaks about the connection between social media and academics and how we should smartly utilize technology or social media to aid us in our academics rather than waste away our careers with procrastination or laziness. The author understands the potential risks of an overdose of social media to today’s youth and hence gives a clear-cut solution to deal with any such problems.

Read it For:
The book is an obvious present world problem and helps us deal with this situation with the most accurate of solutions.
Don't Read it For:
If this topic does not interest you, then the book might get boring once you get into the subtopics
What makes this book stand out?:
The book is a must-have for all social bees who want to reign in their time wasting abilities.

Doodling for Academics

The book is an enigma of college life which is a must-have for students to surpass their collegiate life without dying of the stress and boredom. The author clearly understands the stress and pressure needed to be handled in the academe environment and puts them all in the form of a book so that others can benefit from it.

Read it For:
The book is a must-have for all college students or academic scholars who want a simple handbook for recreation purposes.
Don't Read it For:
This book might seem for nonacademic purposes for some serious readers.
What makes this book stand out?:
This book might seem for nonacademic purposes for some serious readers.

Pictures from an Institution

The book is a humorous satire of a progressive women’s college and the life of our particularly intellectual and razor-sharp, driven heroine, it is a pleasure read for all campus students who want to have a fun time with the author’s impeccable style of writing.

Read it For:
It is a humorous book and has cutting tales and dialogues that will make the readers fall in love with the author.
Don't Read it For:
The story is pure fiction and might not be seen as a serious academic work by many students.
What makes this book stand out?:
The author renders a sensible read which all students will like for its smart wit and simple scenarios.

They Say/I Say

This is one of the popular books on academics which talks about how to perfect all your academic writing for any sort of works you need to be published or any grants you want to get. The book deals with a few simple tricks with logic and strategies that will work perfectly in academic institutions to build your progressive writing.

Read it For:
The author writes a simple book on how to master the art of writing a good report
Don't Read it For:
If you are looking for a more informative read, then this book is not for you.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book enlists many writing templates that students and professors can use in their everyday life.

Straight Man

The book is a hilarious fiction novel about William Henry Jr. who comes into a lot of problems in his academic life. To begin with, the department he is a professor in is terribly underfunded which causes him the maximum stress in his life. He soon embarks on a twisting story that comes from a hilariously open writer and leaves us both laughing and crying at the details of the plot.

Read it For:
The book is an engaging read where the author masterfully grabs the attention of his readers successfully.
Don't Read it For:
The book is a work of pure fiction and people looking for self-help or reference books on academics should steer clear.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book is very hilarious. The main character is very comical; he goes as far as to threaten to kill a goose on national television, which will give you a glimpse of how wild and funny this book can get.

How to Write a Lot

This a purely academic book coming from the perspective of an experienced writer who understands the struggles of writer's block and how students or assistant professors, or even professors sometimes, face the menial problems that come with their writing chores. The author gives us detailed solutions on how to overcome these problems.

Read it For:
This book is must-have for all kinds of writers, be it academic or nonacademic.
Don't Read it For:
If you are looking for a breezy read, then this book might become a little too methodical for you.
What makes this book stand out?:
It is one of the best books on academics that is a must-have for all writers who have regular problems with their writing.

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