Crying in H Mart: Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast. Presented by USC Visions and Voices: The Arts and Humanities Initiative and the Department of Gender & Sexuality Studies. Co-sponsored by the USC Bedrosian Center and Asian Pacific American Student Services. Sept. 7, 6 pm PT.
Announcing our March book picks: Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson and Twilight of Democracy: The Seductive Lure of Authoritarianismby Anne Applebaum.
Announcing our Februay book picks: One of Us: conjoined twins and the future of normal by Alice Domurat Dreger and Solutions and Other Problems by Allie Brosh
Read our October “Bedrosian Bookclub” pick with us!
Joan Samson’s The Auctioneer is a classic of rural American horror. The novel has been compared to Shirley Jackson’s “The Lotter,” and inspired Stephen King’s Needful Things. Travel back to the 70s with us to a farming community in New Hampshire. We couldn’t put it down.
Six months in the COVID-19 pandemic, we thought it would be good to see how past pandemics have shaped our lives … and continue to do so. Steven Johnson’s The Ghost Map: The Story of London’s Most Terrifying Epidemic—and How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern World looks at Read more…
One of the first things you learn in Deirdre Mask’s The Address Book is that “most households in the world don’t have street addresses.”
The July 2020 Bookclub pick is N.K. Jemisons The City We Became.
Today, in the United States, we are facing incomprehensible numbers of dying neighbors as well as economic depression. What can we learn from these young people about living with hope even amidst great tragedy?