Greetings from the Pullias Center!
We want to start a monthly reading circle. In these reading circles, we’ll meet as a group to discuss timely, provocative issues pertaining to higher education and our work as scholars.
This month, we’ll be discussing an article in the New Yorker by Nathan Heller, “The Big Uneasy: What’s roiling the liberal arts campus?” Heller hits on the idea of safety, trigger warnings, and the faces of activism on liberal arts campuses today.
Attendance is completely optional (although we would love for you to come!), but the more voices, the better! All you have to do is read the article and be ready to chat about it.
The first reading circle will be:
Wednesday, June 22
Room- WPH 704
We hope this will be a fun and thought provoking activity. Please contact Antar (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you will be able to attend. ^_^