In collaboration with the Library, Clare Kelly (School of Psychology) leads a monthly Ecological Emergency Book Club focused on some of the best readings on the climate & biodiversity crisis to engage, inform, and build a community of solidarity.
The preference is to have people attend in person, but we’ll share a zoom link for anyone who really wants to join but can’t make it to the North Training Room. These are moderated events, where Trinity staff can ask questions and engage in discussions about the book with the Trinity staff community. There is no need to register and all staff are welcome.
Friday 8th March will be a busy one as it is International Women's Day and Referendum Day, but we hope you'll make it and look forward to seeing those of you who can. In the meantime, feel free to join the conversation over on Yammer (see link).
- March 8th - 'Whittled away : Ireland's vanishing nature' / Pádraic Fogarty (non-fiction)
- April 12th - 'Braiding Sweetgrass' / Robin Wall Kimmerer (non-fiction)
- May 10th - 'Ministry for the Future' / Kim Stanley Robinson (fiction)
- June 14th - 'How to Blow Up a Pipeline' / Andreas Malm (non-fiction).
- We're also planning to watch the movie (fiction!): 'Now that your eyes are open, make the sun jealous with your burning passion to start the day. Make the sun jealous or stay in bed.'
- We'll take a break for July & August, returning in September.