Spring 2017 Course Schedule

To view the course schedule, click on each day of the week.

Spring courses will run from March 6 -May 18, with no courses taking place during the week of April 10-14

If needed, make up classes will be held May 22-25.

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Please be sure to click on the name of the course to read the description before signing up.


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday


Time Class

Period 1

9:30 a.m. to 10:55 a.m.

MUS1-10-Mon1 
Beyond “Hava Nagila”...What Is Jewish Music?
Sandy Bornstein

SOC1-5a-Mon1 
Sinner, Saint, & Troublemaker: Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement
Jim Allaire
*5-week course: March 6  - April 3

 SCI2-5b-Mon1
From Sputnik to the World Wide Web: The Creation of the Internet
Carl Lazarus
*5-week course: April 24 to May 22

Film2-10-Mon1
The Sporting Life in Film
Irwin Silver
*This course will run for two consecutive course periods, from 9:30am-12:35pm.

Period 2

11:10 a.m. to
12:35 p.m.

Art1-10-Mon2
The Birth of Modernism in Bohemian Paris
Nancy Alimansky

CE1-10-Mon2
Current Events
Lois Sockol

H&G9-10-Mon2
The European Lost and Found -- Displaced Persons after World War II
David Nevard

Film2-10-Mon1
The Sporting Life in Film
Irwin Silver
*This course will run for two consecutive course periods, from 9:30am-12:35pm.

12:35 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Lunch, Learning, and Social Life

Period 3

2:10 p.m. to 3:35 p.m.

H&G10-10-Mon3
Surviving the Inquisition: Conversos, Crypto-Jews and Marranos
Sandy Sherizen

Lit10-10-Mon3
A Poet and a Mathematician Walk into a Bar: Shakespeare and Infinity I
Onur Toker

Lit9-10-Mon3
Roots and Flowers: Five English-Language Poets and the Europeans Who Influenced Them
Jan Schreiber

Rel1-5b-Mon3
Compassion, Forgiveness, Joy: A Week in the Lives of the Honorable Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Avi Bernstein, Jim Allaire & Emily Weidman