I here list additional readings you might wish to consult for additional background on some topic, or when looking for paper topics. This page will be updated throughout the semester. (This is by no means a comprehensive bibliography.)
Mermin, Space and Time in Special Relativity.
Wheeler and Taylor, Spacetime Physics: A Brief, Readable Exposition of Modern RELATIVITY THEORY, Illustrated and Amplified by a Wealth of PROBLEMS, PUZZLES, and PARADOXES and Their Detailed Solutions. (I believe that the first edition is superior.)
Malament, Lecture notes on Geometry and Spacetime.
Belot, "Geometry and Motion."
--Recent survey article with useful bibliography.
Leibniz and Clarke, Correspondence.
--Original source for Leibniz's arguments against substantivalism, as well as for Leibniz's version of relationalism.
Sklar, Space, Time, and Spacetime.
--The chapter on substantivalism covers Newton's arguments through the bearing of general relativity on the debate. This is also where Sklar executed, on the relationalist's behalf, what Earman calls "Sklar's Maneuver."
Horwich, "On The Existence of Time, Space, and Spacetime."
Maudlin, "Buckets of Water and Waves of Space."
Earman, World Enough and Spacetime.
Huggett, "The Regularity Account of Relational Spacetime."
--A recent, novel way to be a relationalist.
Earman, Bangs, Crunches, Whimpers, and Shrieks, chapter on time travel.
Echeverria, et al.
Earman et al., Take a Ride on a Time Machine.
Balashov and Janssen, "Presentism and Relativity."
Bell, "How to Teach Special Relativity."