Events & Discussions
FALL 2014 SJSU Campus Reading Program Activities
Discussion Groups Schedule for "My Beloved World" (Campus Reading Program) Fall 2014
All discussions are scheduled in Clark Hall 100H (the large fishbowl room).
|Thursday, Aug. 28||Noon - 1 p.m.|
|Wednesday, Sept. 3||2-3 p.m.|
|Tuesday, Sept. 9||Noon - 1 p.m.|
|Wednesday, Sept. 17||Noon - 1 p.m.|
|Thursday, Sept. 25||3-4 p.m.|
|Wednesday, Oct. 1||1 - 2 p.m.|
|Thursday, Oct. 9||3 - 4 p.m.|
|Wednesday, Oct. 15||Noon - 1 p.m.|
|Monday, Oct. 27||11 a.m. to Noon|
|Thursday, Nov. 6||Noon - 1 p.m.|
|Wednesday, Nov. 19||1 - 2 p.m.|
|Tuesday, Dec. 2||2 - 3 p.m.|
Possible discussion questions are at LitLovers.com.
MORE EXCITING EVENTS:
- Thursday, Sept. 18, 3 p.m. at MLK Library 225-229:Lecture
"Justice Sonia Sotomayor: Making the Constitution Safe for Democracy." Prof. Kenneth Nuger of the Political Science Department will share some reflections and insights about this justice's approach and rationale in interpreting the law of the land. This event is held in recognition of Constitution Day as well, which comes every year on September 17 to honor the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia in 1787.
- Wednesday, Oct. 8, 7:30 p.m. at Concert Hall, Music 176: CONCERT
The Latin Jazz Ensemble will present a concert that includes highlights of music related to the place and culture of Puerto Rico. Join us as we savor the rhythms of Justice Sotomayor's ethnic heritage.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor will come to San Jose State to share more of her thoughts
and experiences in an interview conducted by her former clerk, UC Berkeley Law Professor Melissa Murray.
As tickets to this event have sold out, there will be livestreaming at the Morris Dailey auditorium starting at 4 pm on the same day to accommodate those who are interested and would like to gather and watch the event together. Should Morris Dailey also fill up or for those who cannot be on campus that day, the URL for the livestream will be posted at www.sjsu.edu/reading the day of the event so Spartans everywhere may still access it, so check there for more details.
- Thursday, Nov. 20, 4:30 p.m. at MLK Library 225-229: PANEL DISCUSSION
Prof. Tanya Bakhru, Women's Studies, will chair a panel discussion on the related topic of "Women in Justice Systems." Participants will include Prof. Kate Davis, Global Studies; Prof. Edith Kinney, Justice Studies; Layma Ahmadzai, Student Affairs.