Bowdoin Reads



Lucy Luo '16 is reading...

Korean Politics  by John Kie-Chiang Oh

I am currently reading Korean Politics by Professor John Kie-Chiang Oh for my East Asian Politics class. Even though it's more or less an ordinary...
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Professor Hopley is reading...

The Soccer War  by Ryszard Kapuscinski

I recently read The Soccer War by the Polish journalist and travel writer Ryszard Kapuscinski. The book is a remarkable account of Kapuscinski’s...
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Sarah Paul, Assistant Director, Career Planning Center, is reading...

Touching peace: practicing the art of mindful living  by Thich Nhat Hanh

Ever since I was knee high to a grasshopper, I’ve been awed by the fact that I could check out library books for free. Reading (poetry, fiction, and...
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Hannah Sturtevant '15 is reading...

The Seed Underground: A Growing Revolution to Save Food  by Janisse Ray

I just finished reading The Seed Underground: A Growing Revolution to Save Food by Janisse Ray, which is this this year's Community Read. I found it...
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Matt Klingle is reading...

The Round House  by Louise Erdrich

History matters in Louise Erdrich’s The Round House, winner of the 2012 National Book Award for fiction. The reasons are simple: to be Native in the...
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Jenn Grasso, ADIS Coordinator, is reading...

Love in the Time of Cholera  by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Love in the time of Cholera is a treatise on the mores of modern love. In an era before the technological distractions of our day, Gabriel García...
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