Lake Erie College professors to lead book discussions at Barnes & Noble
Several professors from Lake Erie College will be leading discussions on important books from their disciplines at Barnes and Noble in Mentor, Ohio. The discussions are open to the public and all interested are encouraged to attend. This event is free, and Barnes & Noble will present a certificate of participation for those who attend all events in a session
- Sunday, Nov. 8 at 2:00 p.m. Professor Bob Trebar will lead a discussion of The Healing of America by T.R. Reid. T.R. Reid was featured on ABC News for his book which investigates other countries health care plans and what the U.S can do to improve theirs.
- Thursday, Nov. 12 at 7 p.m. Professor Darlene Hall leads a discussion of Mighty Fitz by Michael Acumacher. The Mighty Fitz describes the sinking of The Edmund Fitzgerald which disappeared into Lake Superior, and still remains one of the greatest unsolved mysteries.
- Thursday Nov. 19 at 7 p.m .Dr. Catherine Krammer leads a discussion of Mean Little Deaf Queer by Terry Galloway. Mean Little Deaf Queer is a memoir about a young girl who has a “..deafening, hallucinatory childhood” do to experimental antibiotics given to her mother before her birth. The book also describes how Terry Galloway would use theatre and performance to transcend her own reality.
- Thursday Dec. 3 at 7 p.m Dr. Angela Gonzalez-Echeverry leads a discussion of Tell Me Something True by Leila Cobo. Tell Me Something True is about a young girl who discovers everything about her family life was a lie and there are unanswered questions about her mother’s death.