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Justice Common Reading Discussions@KSL
Once again KSL hosts several discussion groups with new students to explore this year's Common Reading book. On August 26th at 2 pm nearly 40 new students will meet KSL volunteers in small groups at KSL to discuss Michael Sandel's Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?
A quick book review can help affirm your reactions, or give you another perspective on your reading of the book. Read or listen (via MP3) to a few reviews:
• Best Books 2009, Review. Kirkus Reviews (12/15/2009), Vol. 77, Iss. 24, Special Section, p 14.
• Harvard Professor Reviews Justice. NonFiction. Kirkus Reviews (9/15/2009), Vol 77, Iss. 18, p 54.
• You Be the Judge, by Jonathan Rauch, New York Times Book Review (11/29/2009), p. 21.
KSL volunteers Mark Eddy, Brian Gray, Tina Oestreich, & Karen Thornton will lead discussion groups in Lower Level 01 classroom, the Lower Level lobby seating area, the Cramelot cafe, and the 2nd floor Alcove in KSL. Signs & KSL staff will help you find your discussion group!
Photo: One of the 2010 book discussion groups at Kelvin Smith Library, for Elizabeth Royte's Bottlemania: How Water Went on Sale and Why We Bought It.
Posted by Karen Oye on August 23, 2011 11:52 AM