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Spring 2023 book discussion at NCC

Do you like to talk about what you've read? This spring, NCC will host a NH Humanities Perspectives book discussion event. NH Humanities provides a moderator and 20 copies of the selected book.

This free event requires registration.

20 copies of the book will be distributed.

Questions? Please email ncclibrary@ccsnh.edu.

The Book We Chose

Independent Scholar and History Curator Carrie Brown will lead a discussion of this book.

Moderator Carrie Brown is an independent scholar who also works as a freelance history curator for museums in New England. The author of two books and many articles and exhibit catalogs, Brown delights in finding connections between ordinary people and momentous historic events. (NH Humanities)

group holding books sitting in circle

What?

a one-time book discussion group sponsored by NH Humanities

When?

6:30 PM, Thursday, March 30, 2023

Where?

Nashua Community College, 505 Amherst St., Nashua, NH 03063

Who?

students, staff, faculty, the public

How?

Register here, get and read the book, come ready to talk about it!

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" (NH Humanities).