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NH Humanities Book Discussion Spring 2023: Home
This spring, NCC will host a NH Humanities book discussion event. NH Humanities provides a moderator and copies of the selected book. Attendees read the book and come ready to discuss it. (We are exploring a Zoom option, too.) The event will be open to the public.
What book on this page would you choose to read and discuss? We will share results when details are confirmed.
For more information about any of the books on this page, click on their highlighted titles in the boxes below.
Three-time Hugo Award winner and NYT bestselling author N. K. Jemisin challenges and delights readers with thought-provoking narratives of destruction, rebirth, and redemption that sharply examine modern society in her first collection of short fiction.
"I'm here to remember--all that I have been and all that I will never be again." If you had to pick five people to sum up your life, who would they be? If you were to raise a glass to each of them, what would you say? And what would you learn about yourself, when all is said?
The thrilling true story of the daring female aviators who helped the United States win World War II--only to be forgotten by the country they served.
Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister: 0 votes (0%)
For to See the Elephant: 0 votes (0%)
The Forty Rules of Love: 0 votes (0%)
Gilded Suffragists: 2 votes (66.67%)
How Long 'til Black Future Month?: 0 votes (0%)
Never Caught: 1 votes (33.33%)
When All Is Said: 0 votes (0%)
The Women With Silver Wings: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 3
What is NH Humanities' Perspectives?
NH Humanities' Perspectives is a book group initiative where participants "engage with diverse perspectives in the humanities through literature to build understanding and empathy, and to support a culture of reading in the Granite State" (New Hampshire Humanities).