For the 2018-19 year we are trying something different.
One Book will focus on a theme through the distinct perspectives of two books.
Our theme is Intersectionality, a theory that examines who we are individually and as a collective through the lens of our complex social identities and their relation to power, privilege and oppression.
“What it Means to be White: Identity Management of a Systemically Dominant Group”
October 9, 12-12:50 in SC101
Kelsey Denton, Communication Studies:
“Born Bright – Examining the Impact of Self-Fulfilling Prophecy on Developmental Outcomes”
October 23, 12-12:50 in SC101
Joy Crawford, Psychology:
“Claudia Rankin’s Citizen in the Classroom: Poetry and Social Analysis”
November 13, 12-12:50 in SC101
Ian Sherman, English: