Join us virtually to delve into discussions with speakers (and sometimes authors!) from various world area Title VI National Resource Centers to learn resources and strategies how to use these award-winning books in your classroom.
Registration includes copies of each book which will be mailed to you. (Book should be read before its featured session. )
These book clubs are IMMENSELY popular.
Please only register if you are going to attend virtual sessions!
NOTE: PLEASE sign up for the waitlist if the registration shows full.
7pm-9 pm Eastern
5pm-7 pm Mountain
Dates: October 16, October 30, November 13, November 27, December 11, 2023
Registration deadline: October 1 or until full
October 16 Things Fall Apart
by Chinua Achebe. Faciliated by Awa Saidy, African Studies Initiative at the University of Minnesota and Susan Tenon, NEAFoundation Global Learning Fellow Alumni from Ohio
October 30 Finding Junie Kim
by Ellen Oh. Faciliated by Nancy Hope, Asia for Educators at the Weatherhead East Asia Institute of Columbia University
November 13 Salma the Syrian Chef
by Danny Ramadan and On the Trapline
by David Robertson/Julie Flett. Facilitated by Kyla Sweet, the Center for Canadian American Studies at Western Washington University
Fall 2023 World Area Book Club sponsoring centers include the Institute for Global Studies at the University of Minnesota/ Asia for Educators at the Weatherhead East Asia Institute of Columbia University/ the Center for Canadian American Studies at Western Washington University/ the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies at the University of Michigan/ the East Asian Studies Center at Ohio State University/ the African Studies Initiative at the University of Minnesota