Who's reading what? Recommendations from faculty and staff readers continue throughout the summer. Paul Mueth building service worker "I've just borrowed 'Eunuchs for the Kingdom of Heaven: Women, Sexuality, and the Catholic Church' from a friend. So far the insights I've had are quite surprising. This work is well-researched and though not a light summer read, might be quite important to even non-ex-Catholics who would like to know about the threads of anti-eroticism and misogyny in western civilization." H. Jeanie Taylor Associate director, Center for Advanced Study Taylor's nose currently can be found buried in any one of several books: "Sula" by Toni Morrison, "Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years" by Sarah L. and Elizabeth A. Delany, "Dreams of a Common Language" by Adrienne Rich, "New and Selected Poems" by Mary Oliver, "Selected Poems" by Rita Dove. Says Taylor: "I tend to keep several books going at once - and all of these in their respective categories are outstanding. I am not (surprisingly) reading a mystery at the moment. I almost always have one or two beside my bed. I plan to start a new Linda Grant mystery tomorrow which concerns e-mail sabotage. I just bought the new Anne Tyler book - 'Ladder of the Years' - which I am taking with me on vacation."