Books, dates for Women Reading @ CSU announced

Women Reading @ CSU is a reading group designed for employees and graduate students that helps to make Colorado State University a great place for women and non-binary people to work, learn, and grow by exploring different perspectives through reading and conversation.

One of the unique aspects of this club is that participants are not required to commit to the club itself, but rather can choose which books and meetings to join based on their interest. Three meetings will be held each fall and spring semester, with roughly 6 weeks between each meeting. Women Reading @ CSU is funded by the Women and Gender Collaborative Grant Program.

Spring Semester discussion dates

Feb. 19 – Pachinko, by Min Jin Lee

March 27 – The Body is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love, by Sonya Renee Taylor

May 2 – Too Fat, Too Slutty, Too Loud: The Rise and Reign of the Unruly Woman, by Anne Helen Petersen

All meetings take place in Lory Student Center room 386 from noon to 1 p.m.

To register for any or all sessions, click here.  All books are available for purchase at the CSU Bookstore, with a limited number of each book available at Morgan Library.

More information about Women Reading @ CSU.