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2019-20 One Book Program: Immigration, Borders, Education & the American Dream

Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue

Papers: Stories by Undocumented Youth edited by Jose Manuel

Visit our research and resource guide on themes explored in the two works. 

Use the link below for the complete list of past One Book selections and resources. 

Events: Brown Bag Lecture Series

Fall One Book Events

Brown Bag Lunch Series

·         October 3, 12-12:50 PM in SH110: Homestead and Home Again - Katie Baker, Biology

·         October 17, 12-12:50 PM in SH110: Do Developed Nations Have an Obligation to Developing Nations? - Rebeka Ferreira, Philosophy

·         November 14, 12-12:50 PM in SH110: Francophone Heritage, African Voices and U.S. Immigration - Lisa Luengo, French & Spanish - with guests Issa Ndiaye & Aïsha Kone

·         December 5, 12-12:50 PM in SH110: Intersecting Borders and Bridges: Mobility as Home in Twenty-first Century Literature - Michael Moreno and Lina Pittser, English   

Film Screening: 

·         November 4, 2-4 pm in Gator Hall, SU: Papers: Conversations with Undocumented Youth : Screening, Panel and Q&A with the Filmmaker and undocumented youth leaders from the Pacific Northwest. In partnership with the Social Justice Film Series.

Events are Open to all.

One Book 2018 - 2019

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