UAF spring book clubs available

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UAF has several book clubs that are open to faculty, staff and students across our multiple campuses. Each club meets regularly during the semester to discuss the selected books, and new initiatives and collaborations often grow out of these discussions. See the schedule and order your copies of this semester’s books here.

Led by Tia Tidwell, assistant professor of Alaska Native Studies, the Indigenous Authors Book Club invites participants from UAF and wider communities to discuss modern texts from all genres written by Indigenous writers.

The Teaching and Learning Book Club, facilitated by the provost’s faculty development team, explores current topics in higher education pedagogy, from “ungrading” to teaching in community.

UAF’s Graduate School also hosts an annual book club, with regular meetings on Zoom and in the UAF Pub. Contact Rich Collins, director, with questions.

Please use the form on this page to request copies of this semester’s books. You’ll receive an invitation to the meetings for any book you request.

For more information, contact Kendell Newman Sadiik,