This is, of course, not my field, but the following are things that either I found interesting or that look interesting.
Ashley, Roscoe. Early European Civilization. NY: Macmillan, 1916. [HR, N7]
Baumer, Franklin. Modern European Thought: Continuity and Change in Ideas, 1600-1950. NY. Macmillan, 1977. [HR, N7]
Berlin, Isaiah. Against the Current.
_____. The Crooked Timber of Humanity.
_____ . Four Essays on Liberty.
_____. The Hedgehog and the Fox [R - a great book!]
_____ . Karl Marx.
_____. The Magus of the North.
_____. Russian Thinkers.
_____. Vico & Herder: Two Studies in the History of Ideas. NY: Viking, 1976. [HR, N7]
Bronowski, J. Magic, Science & Civilization. NY: Columbia UP, 1978. [HR, N7]
Durant, Will & Ariel. The Lessons of History. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1968. [HR, N7]
Gasset, Jose Ortega. History as a System and Other Essays toward a Philosophy of History. NY: Norton, 1961. [HR, N7]
Horton, Rod W. & Vincent Hopper. Backgrounds of European Litearature: The Political, Social, and Intellectual Development behind the Great Books of Western Civilization, 2nd ed. Prentice-Hall, 1975. [HR, N7]
Huizinga, Johan. Men & Ideas: History, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance. NY: Meridian, 1959. [HR, N7]
Kirchner, Walther. Western Civilization Since 1500. NY: Barnes & Noble, 1966. [HR, N7]
Lefebvre, Georges. The Coming of the French Revolution, 1789. Trans. R.R. Palmer. NY: Vintage, 1947. [HR, N7]
Hussey, J.M. The Byzantine World. NY: Harper Torchbooks, 1961. [HR, N7]
Mosse, W.E. Alexander II and the Modernization of Russia. NY: Collier, 1962. [HR, N7]
Trotsky, Leon. The Russian Revolution. (Selected & Edited
by F.W. Dupre) Anchor, 1932. [HR, N7]
This border presents
Mars Disarmed by Venus and the Three Graces
1824,Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts at Brussels
Carol Gersten's Fine Art http://metalab.unc.edu/cgfa/