Little Princes by Conor Grennan
Little Princes is an engaging, true story of author Conor Grennan's discovery of child trafficking in Nepal and what he did to address the problem. There will be many opportunities to engage with this book and connect with others on campus throughout the fall semester.
Events for Fall 2012
Book discussions in Clark Hall 100h
- Tuesday, August 28 Noon - 1 pm
- Wednesday, August 29 2 - 3 pm
- Thursday, September 6 Noon - 1 pm
- Tuesday, September 25 3 - 4 pm
- Wednesday, October 3 1 - 2 pm
- Thursday, October 11 3 - 4 pm
- Wednesday, October 17 Noon - 1 pm
- Monday, November 5 Noon - 1 pm
- Wednesday, November 14 1 - 2 pm
- Monday, December 3 2 - 3 pm
Lecture: Getting to know about Nepal
Prof. Kate Davis, Dept. of Geography.
MLK Library 225-229
Tuesday, September. 11, 3:30 pm.
SJSU Nepal Day!
A celebration of arts, music, dance, and cuisine, in collaboration with Motherland Nepal, an organization that promotes greater appreciation and understanding of Nepali culture. Co-sponsored by Associated Students and the SJSU Salzburg Seminar Project.
September 19, 2012
Dialogue on "Unpacking Privilege: A Critical Inquiry of Little Princes"
Co-sponsored by MOSAIC.
SJSU Student Union
Tuesday, October 2, 3:00-5:00 pm.
Author Conor Grennan Speaks
Conor Grennan speaks about Little Princes and provides updates on his most recent trip to Nepal. Open to the public.
SJSU Student Union
Thursday, October 25, 4:00 pm.
Dialogue on "Human Trafficking: A Global Concern."
Prof. Noam Perry, Justice Studies Prof.
Miranda Worthen, Health Science.
MLK Library 255-257
Tuesday, November 20, 3:00-4:30 pm.
University Scholar Series: Reunification of foster children with their parents
Dr. D'Andrade discusses her research on reunification between children placed in foster care and their parents.
MLK Room 225/229
Wednesday, October 26th from 12 PM - 1 PM.