Human Library: Don’t judge a book by its coverPosted: May 17, 2017
We are hosting a Human Library at the Nathan campus library at 12 pm on Wednesday 24 May 2017. You can take a person out on loan for a conversation on the topic/issue that they represent.
About the Human Library
Human Libraries are all around the world! They are much more than an ‘event’ – they are about providing a space to enable social and cultural connection between people while recognising our differences.
We want people to share their stories with each other: we believe that conversations can help spark social change!
The Human Books will be available in a safe conversational space in the library. Difficult questions are expected, appreciated and hopefully answered by the book on loan.
Our collection of Human Books
The Griffith University Human Library collection is quite diverse. Check out our selection of Human Books:
- Muslim Woman
- Muslim Man/POW/PTSD
- Gay male
- Women in IT (WIT)
- Veteran and Assistance Dog
Reserve a Human Book
Bookings are now open. Get in quick so you don’t miss out! Reserve your Human Books today.
You are responsible for all the Human Books you borrow. Be sure to follow the Human Library borrowing rules:
- All of our books are in mint condition. We expect them to be returned in the same condition.
- Do not tear out pages or write notes in our books.
- Loans are personal and may not be handed over to other readers.
- Your book is a reference for information on a given topic. So you need to ask about the things that you want to know.
- Be respectful.
Time: 12pm – 1.15pm
Date: Wednesday 24 May 2017
Location: Library (N53), Nathan Campus, Griffith University