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Lifelong Learning Book Club: Special Session with author Kevin Gannon

This semester, the Lifelong Learning Book Club has been reading the book Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto, which discusses the intersection of higher education and social justice and the role university educators can occupy as both teachers and activists.

On April 12th, at 1pm via Zoom, the book club will have a special discussion session with the author of Radical Hope, Dr. Kevin G. Gannon.

Dr. Gannon is the Director for the Center of Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Professor of History at Grand View University. His teaching, research, and public work (including writing) centers on critical and inclusive pedagogy; race, history, and justice; and technology and teaching. You can learn more about him and his work on his website.

Anyone is welcome to attend this event! Students, graduate students, faculty, and staff. No prior knowledge of the book or of the book club is necessary.

You can learn more about the book club here.

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Monday, April 12 at 1:00pm to 2:15pm

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Meetings & Conferences


Humanities & Social Sciences, Teaching & Learning


Current Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni


Psychology, University Libraries


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Brianne Dosch

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