Book Club

ONE BOOK PER SEMESTER. 

Our book club

SPRING 2022

Oliver Burkeman, FOUR THOUSAND WEEKS: Time Management for Mortals (2021)

Four Thousand Weeks: TimeManagement for Mortals is the most important (anti)productivity book published since COVID. Oliver Burkeman takes a holistic and healthful approach to productivity. All at CSU are welcome. 

We selected Four Thousand Weeks for this semester’s CSU Writes’ book club because we know that sustainable writing and healthful productivity contribute to a meaningful career and to our wellbeing. Let’s get together to talk about embracing realistic limits and “getting meaningful things done, here and now, in our work and our lives together,”  to quote Oliver Burkeman

Register via the link below. 

CSU Writes has 10 books to sponsor readers who wish to participate and who need a copy of the book. If you wish to receive a copy of the book, please let us know when you register for the book club.

MARCH 1, 5-6:30pm, LSC 322

PRIOR BOOK CLUBS

FALL 2021

Stuart Ritchie, SCIENCE FICTIONS: How Fraud, Bias, Negligence, and Hype Undermine the Search for Truth (2020)

ALL at CSU who are interested in topics of scientific writing, funding, and ethics are welcome to join this book club and conversation. 

Register via the link below. 

CSU Writes has 10 books to sponsor readers who wish to participate and who need a copy of the book. If you wish to receive a copy of the book, please let us know when you register for the book club.

The CSU Morgan Library has both electronic and hard copies of the book.

DISCUSSION SCHEDULE

Sept 13, 5-5:50 (Part 1)

OCT 4, 5-5:50 (Part 2)

NOV 1, 5-5:50 (Part 3)

HELD ON ZOOM