Women Reading @ CSU, a book club designed for CSU employees and graduate students who identify as women, is starting its second year. Building upon the success of last year’s book club, this project is continuing on with a focus on appreciating women’s differences, intersectional identities, and diverse experiences.
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 book club meetings will be held in each fall and spring semester, with roughly 6 weeks between each meeting. This book club is funded by the Women and Gender Collaborative Grant Program.
Any staff, faculty member, or graduate student at CSU who identifies as a woman can be part of the book club.
Fall Semester Schedule
Wednesday, Sept. 27: Americanah by Ngozi Adichie
Tuesday, Nov. 7: This Bridge Called My Back edited by Gloria Anzaldua and Cherrie Moraga
Wednesday, Dec. 6: Rising Strong by Brene Brown.
All meetings will be held noon-1 pm in LSC 386, and will include light refreshments. Feel free to bring your lunch.
Where do I buy the book?
All books are available now in CSU Bookstore in the Lory Student Center. Each book will have 30-45 copies sold at a subsidized price ranging from $10-$15. For those who do not take the subsidy, there is a 20% discount applied. Please note that the subsidized pricing is reserved for those who intend to attend the book club meeting.
How to RSVP
Use this link to the Google doc to RSVP for each meeting. Please register by the Monday before the meeting, but feel free to still attend if you forgot to RSVP, or to bring a colleague with you to the meeting.
Contact Lindsay Mason, Lindsay.firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions or suggestions.