St. Kate's Book Events

Join the St. Kate's community — alumni, students, faculty, staff, and neighbors — throughout the year in book discussions and celebrations at St. Kate’s and St. Kate’s-sponsored events. 

Virtual St. Kate's Reads — Fall

Monday, November 9, at 6:30–8 p.m. 

Daybreak Woman: An Anglo-Dakota Life by Jane Lamm Carroll, PhD

Alumni are welcome to gather virtually for an in-depth book discussion with St. Kate's history professor Jane Lamm Carroll, PhD, on her newly released book. Read the book in advance of the online program and join the discussion. 

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St. Kate's Reads — Spring

Monday, March 1, at 6:30 p.m.

Save the date for the spring 2021 St. Kate's Reads event!

Myser Lecture

April 2021

Just Water: Theology, Ethics, and Fresh Water Crises by Christiana Zenner

Our 2021 Myser lecturer, Christiana Zenner, author and associate professor of theology, science, and ethics at Fordham University, will share her work in fresh water ethics with the St. Kate's community. 


Spring 2021

The Loft Literary Center and St. Kate's present the third annual community book festival. Authors, readers, and writers from across disciplines and genres gather to swap stories with readers of all tastes. 

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