Book Group

Ryerson Reads

with Professor Benjamin Goluboff

Now in its 13th season!

Join our vibrant group of nature enthusiasts for lively discussions of American environmental literature. The book talks are led by Benjamin Goluboff, professor of English at Lake Forest College and an expert in American literature. Insightful and informative discussions cover the historical context, impact and influence of important works in the environmental literature movement.

Ryerson Reads meets four times per season, always on a Wednesday evening from 7:30-9pm. Register for individual sessions or the entire season by clicking below or calling 847.968.3308. $15/session, $45/entire series or $10/session, $30/season for members. Click here for a list of books from past seasons.

H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald

Sept. 14, 2016

Man and Nature by george Perkins Marsh

Nov. 9, 2016

The Seed Underground by Janisse Ray

Jan. 11, 2017

Half Earth by Edward O. Wilson

Mar. 08, 2017

$15/session ($10/session for BCRW members). Pre-registration is now closed, but you may pay at the door.
Books for Ryerson Reads can be purchased at our partner bookstore, The Book Bin, in Northbrook.