Don’t Miss This:

Do you have an interest in graphic novels or discussing complicated issues in writing? Join Prof. Royster Prof. Shanahan for a free-form discussion about graphic novels, present and future, in the context of “Freedom to Read,” the One Book One Chicago theme for this year, and “Banned Books Week.” The discussion will take place from 10:10-11:10 Thursday, Sept. 22 in ALH 305. For more information on Banned Books Week, please visit the following links. If you’re interested in joining, please submit an interest in this google form, in order for us to get a headcount for the room.  https://forms.gle/PM6x7zSiquMRHrs79

Banned Books Week September 18-24, 2022

and https://www.ala.org/advocacy/intfreedom/freedomreadstatement

Save the Date & Read Bedrock Faith by Eric Charles May

Explore the theme “Neighborhoods: Our City’s Bedrock” with the rest of Chicago: Read Bedrock Faith, attend online events, and more. Register Here for the OBOC Adult Book Discussion.

Since 2001, One Book, One Chicago has engaged residents and fostered a sense of community through reading two annually selected books and related events.

Slag Glass City and One Book, One Chicago Present: Making In Chicago, a Multidisciplinary Panel at DPAM Monday, February 22

DPU Professor and Editor of the journal Slag Glass City Barrie Jean Borich invites all to a panel that brings together members of multiple departments for a conversation about Making in Chicago. The event will explore the question of creating in our city as readers across Chicago dig into this year’s One Book, One Chicago selection – Thomas Dyja’s The Third Coast: When Chicago Built the American Dream.

The panel will take place Monday, February 22nd, 2016 from 6-8pm at the DePaul Art Museum.

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DePaul & the English Department Welcome One, Book, One Chicago Selection Author Thomas Dyja | Thursday, November 5th

On November 5th, the Department of English is hosting two events with Thomas Dyja, author of the 2015/2016 One Book, One Chicago selection The Third Coast: When Chicago Built the American Dream.

At 4:30, Dyja will be meeting informally for a Q&A with DePaul Creative Writing students. At present, the discussion is scheduled to take place in the 2nd floor student lounge/resource room, though it will be moved to a larger venue depending on interest. If you are a creative writing student and would like to attend the discussion, contact Literacy Outreach Coordinator David Welch at dwelch3 (at) depaul.edu.

Then, at 6:00, Dyja will be reading in Richardson 115. (see flyer below)

We hope to see you at one or both events!

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