What happens when civilization as you know it comes to an abrupt end?
In the 2015 Common Reading selected book, Station Eleven, a pandemic called the Georgia Flu wipes out 99.99% of the human race in a matter of weeks. Twenty years later, a band of knife-wielding musicians and tattooed actors help ragtag communities remember what is important. This riveting story moves back and forth in time, taking us from Toronto to British Columbia, from Los Angeles to Michigan, and from Shakespeare to Star Trek. Learn more about the book, Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel.
- Would you like to get your classmates, students, or colleagues involved?
- Are you an instructor interested in receiving a copy of Mandel’s book?
- Are you a first-year student starting at UO in fall term 2015 and did not receive a book at your IntroDUCKtion session?
Contact the Office of the Vice Provost to get involved or get a copy of the book: email@example.com.