I see [respect] not only as an expression of circumstance, history, temperament, and culture, rooted in rituals and habits, but also arising from efforts to break with routines and imagine other ways of giving and receiving trust, and in so doing, creating relationships among equals. — Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot

Common Book Reading Groups

Reading groups, also known as book clubs, are a great way for faculty, staff, alumni, and community members to share their experiences of the 2012 Common Book with others.  Reading groups are welcome to take advantage of our discussion questions and topics.

  • University of Washington Advancement Common Book Reading Group. Contact: Kim Johnson-Bogart, or 206-221-4337

Are you part of a 2012 Common Book book group that is not listed here?  Let us know by sending an email to Molly McCarthy.