Monday, February 11, 2008

Programs/Events

Author Visit
Save the date! On Monday, October 20, Thomas Mullen will be speaking at 7:00pm in 101 Olscamp. Free and open to the public.


Workshops for faculty/instructors
Who should attend? Anyone interested in teaching the Common Reading selection in their course fall semester.
About the Facilitator: Dr. Brett Holden, Assistant Professor in Theatre and Film, will lead the discussion. He will guide the group through an exploration of major themes in the book as well as an analysis of the characters.
When & Where? There are two session to choose from. The content is the same for both.
Friday, August 22 from 3:30-5:00 in Harshman 209E (Honors Program entrance on the north side of the building near the loading dock)
Thursday, September 4 from 3:00-4:30 in the Pallister Conference Room of Jerome Library
RSVP to Colleen Boff at cboff at bgsu.edu / 372.7901

Articles, Web Sites, Videos, Interviews & More

Check out this University Libraries' LibGuide to learn more about the book and its context.

Analysis of Text

This site includes an analysis of characters, setting, chapter summaries, and themes: http://lasttownonearth.wetpaint.com/

For .pdf files of this information, click here for chapter summaries or here for character analysis. (This content was created by Dr. Brett Holden, Assistant Professor of Theatre and Film at Bowling Green State University.)

Discussion Questions

Discussion Questions created by Brett Holden, Assistant Professor of Theatre and Film at Bowling Green State University

Reader's Guide by Random House

Teacher's Guide by Random House (.pdf)