Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Spring 2019--Haley Reading Groups



This semester, we have Haley Reading Groups covering The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2015 edited by Rebecca Skloot, The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2017 edited by Hope Jahren, and The Intuitionist (1999) by Colson Whitehead.

Group 1 - Best American Science and Nature Writing 2015
• January 30 - Jake Abrahamson’s “Waiting for the Light” (1 – 8)
• February 6 - Shelia Webster Boneham’s “A Question of Corvids” (33 – 42)
• February 20 - Lisa M. Hamilton’s “Linux for Lettuce” (72 – 90)
• March 6 - Rowan Jacobsen’s “Down by the River” (91 – 99)
• March 27 - Seth Mnookin’s “One of a Kind” (191 – 206)
• April 10 - Matthew Power’s “Blood in the Sand” (212 – 224)
• April 24 - Reflections

Group 2 - Best American Science and Nature Writing 2017
• January 30 - Sarah Everts’s “The Art of Saving Relics” (1 – 9)
• February 13 - Maria Konnikova’s “Altered Taste” (10 – 26)
• February 27 - Becca Cudmore’s “The Case for Leaving City Rats Alone” (59 – 64)
• March 20 - Tom Kizzia’s “The New Harpoon” (77- 92)
• April 3 - Elizabeth Kolbert’s “A Song of Ice” (93-114)
• April 17 - Christopher Solomon’s “The Devil Is in the Details” (167-185)
• April 24 - Reflections

Group 3 - The Intuitionist
• January 30 - First prompt, 1 - 33
• February 6 - Second prompt, 33 - 65
• February 20 - Third prompt, 69 – 105
• March 6 - Fourth prompt, 105 – 140
• March 27 - Fifth prompt, 145 – 217
• April 10 - Sixth prompt, 221 – 255
• April 24 -Reflections

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