The faculty and staff book discussions are a collaboration between the Sustainability Office, the Dean's office and the Center for Ethics and Public Life. These groups are working with the goal to create a space where faculty and staff can come together to discuss food and sustainability-related books.
2012 Summer Book Discussions
NOTE: REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED. ALL BOOK DISCUSSIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED.
All 2012 book discussions will take place from Noon-1pm on the dates listed below. Location to be determined. A local foods lunch will be provided to all participants, as is a copy of the book. Class sizes are limited and participants are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Faculty/staff wishing to receive a 50% reimbursement for a CSA share should register for two of the following book discussions. These are open to all Luther faculty and staff.
- (Discussion has filled) Thurs. 6/14 - Folks, This Ain't Normal by Joel Salatin - Discussion led by Steve Holland
- (Discussion has filled) Tues. 6/26 - The Dirty Life by Kristin Kimball - Discussion led by Amy Weldon
- (Discussion has filled) Tues. 7/10 - The Blue Zones by Dan Buettner - Discussion led by Greg Lonning and Stephanie Travers
- (Discussion has filled) Tues. 7/17 - Reinventing Fire by Amory Lovins - Discussion led by Jim Martin-Schramm
- (Discussion has filled) Tues. 7/24 - Food Rules by Michael Pollan - Discussion led by Kate Elliott
Read more about discussions from past years here: