Past Events

The Five C’s of Historical Thinking

Author and teacher Eric Gondree will present a presentation and teaching activities on the afternoon of June 11 (Sunday) at Imaike Library Club. Building on themes introduced in his presentation last year, Eric will demonstrate examples of activities which can make history lessons more accessible and interesting. A key concept is ‘Historical Thinking,’ a term encompassing different

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Eric Gondree’s Discussion and Teaching Activity on Historical Thinking

Author and teacher Eric Gondree will conduct a discussion and teaching activity on June 12th at Imaike Library Club. The discussion will demonstrate how historical education can be used to make lessons more accessible and interesting. A key concept in this discussion is ‘Historical Thinking,’ a term encompassing various methods of analyzing and interpreting historical

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Shawn Mahler’s Roundtable Discussion: Chizawa Bay

Writer, director and producer Shawn Mahler will lead an informal discussion about his debut novel Chizawa Bay at Imaike Library Club on Nov. 28th. Chizawa Bay is a slice-of-life novel set in a small, rural seaside community in central Japan. The story dives into the hearts and minds of the residents and explores their relationships and worldviews. Throughout the novel many life-philosophies

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Iain Maloney’s novella “life is elsewhere/burn your flags”

On October 3rd the Imaike Library Club hosted the book launch of Iain Maloney’s excellent novella life is elsewhere/burn your flags. Being the first event straight after the state of emergency was lifted, we were reasonably apprehensive, but I am relieved to say the event was a success. Iain was a charming, fun reader drawing

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