Looking to join a March book club or take a U-M class that includes March in its syllabus? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to have your class or book club added to the list below.
March Book Clubs–all are welcome to join!
- Department of AfroAmerican and African Studies: Contact Beth James, email@example.com
- Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice: Contact Jane Pacheco, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ann Arbor District Library Summer Badge Program: This library has ordered 100 copies of March trilogy, and students can earn badges for reading it. Please contact Anne Drozd (email@example.com) for more information.
- Ypsilanti District Library Summer Badge Program: This library has ordered 300 copies of the March trilogy, and students can earn badges for reading it. The library is also hosting a keynote event watch party at Washtenaw Community College’s Towsley Auditorium on September 21. Contact Julianne Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.
- English Language Institute: This book club is open to international students only. Contact Angelo Pitillo, email@example.com.
- Kessler Presidential Scholars Program: Contact Gail Gibson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Community-Engaged Academic Learning (CEAL): Contact Becca Pickus, email@example.com
U-M Courses Assigning March
- “Graphic Narrative” Penny Stamps School of Art and Design, Prof. Phoebe Gloeckner
- German Comics and Graphic Novels, Germanic Languages and Literature, Mary Gell
- Law and Society, Sociology, Prof. Sandy Levitsky
- The Politics and Culture of the Sixties, American Culture, Prof. Stephen Berrey
- “What is an American?”, American Culture, Prof. Gregory Dowd
“Organizations and Inequality: Race, Class, and Gender in Education”, Sociology, Elizabeth Armstrong
“Literature and Social Change: What Difference Can a Story Make?” English Language and Literature, Alisse Portnoy
- “Theories and Practices for Community Action and Social Change,” School of Social Work, Alice Mishkin
- “African American History, 1865-Present,” History, Jason Young
- “Teaching of Social Studies in the Elementary School,” School of Education, Stacey Brockman
- “Latina/o Theatre for Social Change,” School of Music, Theater, and Dance, Prof. Ashley Lucas
- “Literacy and Social Justice,” Comprehensive Studies Program, Kelly Allen
- “The Politics of Public Policy,” Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, Ann Lin
Washtenaw County Schools Assigning March
- Ypsilanti Community Schools (assigning March to all of their 11th and 12th grade students)
- Selected Courses at Wayne-Westland Community Schools
- Selected Courses at Ann Arbor Public Schools