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About Us

During the 21/22 academic year, the new BOW (Babson-Olin-Wellesley) book club will focus on the human-scale impacts of technology. We will choose four books - two fiction, two nonfiction - that explore this theme. You don't have to read every book or come to every session; we'll structure our discussions to make it possible to participate even if you haven't had a chance to read a given title yet.

The Olin College Library
will provide ebooks, print books, or audiobooks to all BOW community members upon request. Please fill out this form no later than the end of Monday, September 13 at 5 PM to ensure we can get you your chosen format in time.

We're planning to meet in person, but will be able pivot to Zoom depending on COVID restrictions. Every meeting will begin at 5:30 PM with snacks and socializing (again, depending on the COVID situation) and discussion running from 6-7:30 PM.

FALL MEETING SCHEDULE
Wednesday, October 6 @ 5:30 PM
Weissman Foundry (Babson)

https://foundry.babson.edu
(remote option will be available)

Wednesday, December 1 @ 5:30 PM
Olin College Library

https://library.olin.edu
(remote option will be available)

GETTING FROM CAMPUS TO CAMPUS

The schedule for the Babson-Olin-Wellesley shuttle and other transportation options between the colleges can be found on the BOW website here.

 

Fall 2021 Titles

For our October 6, 2021 discussion:


For our December 1, 2021 session:

Contact

The BOW Book Club is a collaboration between Jonathan Griffiths of Babson, Callan Bignoli of Olin, and Eni Mustafaraj of Wellesley. Please contact Callan with questions or comments.