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Discussions take place at 12pm in the Library Conference Room (in Library Administration) unless otherwise noted. Tea and refreshments are served, and participants are welcome to bring a lunch. For reminders and updates about Book Club events, see the Library Events page on Facebook.
Join us for a screening of "The Biggest Little Farm and a discussion with Dr. Pete Frazer. The event will take place in the Library Auditorium."
Book Club for Distance Students
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The Library Book Club uses Collaborate Ultra videoconferencing software to bring distance students and faculty into our conversations. Request a link to any discussion by contacting Harold Henkel at email@example.com.
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For more information about the Library Book Club contact Harold Henkel at 757-352-4198 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rober Alter's completed translation of the Hebrew Bible in 2018 has been hailed as one of the most significant achievements in the history of English Bible translation. Join Rabbi Dr. Michael Panitz for a lecture and discussion of Alter's work and previous efforts at this monumental undertaking. For more information and a free copy of the Biblical passages Dr. Panitz will be focusing on, send a request to email@example.com.
What happens when a Los Angeles filmmaker and a professional food writer decide to buy a ramshackle farm and attempt to grow crops and animals in complete harmony with nature? The result is an astonishingly beautiful documentary about the fulfillment of a promise to live a life of meaning and purpose. Join the Library and Professor of Film & and Literature Pete Fraser for a screening and discussion of Christian themes in this unique film. As a literary complement, we will also discuss Willa Cather’s great short story “Neighbour Rosicky.” The full text of "Neighbour Rosicky" is available free from Project Gutenberg: http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks02/0201131.txt