Join us at the Henley Club for the second edition of the Boo Radley Book Club, where we will delve into Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis. In his novel, Kazantzakis explores perhaps the oldest question in philosophy: ‘what does it mean to live a good life?’ Wine, beer, and nibbles will be accompanied by a discussion of Zorba the Greek, led by a Humanities 21 student volunteer. Please note there are a limited number tickets available. TICKETS HERE.
What lessons can businesspeople learn from literature? The Boo Radley Book Club will answer this question by interrogating classic books on topics such as public policy, welfare, and morality. For more information on the Boo Radley Book Club, CLICK HERE.
Details of Event
Participants are welcome to arrive at the Henley Club any time from 5.30pm, when drinks and nibbles will be served. Book club discussion will commence at 6pm, and go for an hour or so.
Your $12 cover charge includes wine, beer, and nibbles. Please advise if you have any dietary requirements (email Maeve from Humanities 21 at [email protected] or Rahul from Disruptive Business Network on [email protected]).
Please note that there is a limit of 20 participants at each book club, so that everyone has the opportunity to share their insights. Come one, come all – you don’t have to have studied literature OR business to be at home at the Boo Radley Book Club!
The Boo Radley Book Club is where business and the humanities intersect! TICKETS HERE.