Catalytic Conversation - not just another book club

Monday, June 28, 2010 - 20:00 to 21:30

Catalytic Conversation - not just another book club

A common cry we hear from friends & colleagues is that we could all use more opportunities to learn with & from each other. Catalytic conversations are our solution. Here is how it works...

✓Read an article a month;

✓Join other lifelong learners to explore thoughts

& questions related to the article;

✓Choose the next article or topic;

✓And start all over again.

This month we are inviting people to listen to a conversation with Professor Bell Hooks from the Danz Lecture Series and then show up ready to discuss it with others. You can find the video by following this link.

http://www.researchchannel.org/mov/uw_danz_bhooks_250k_qt.mov

 

 

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