Spring 2002 Courses


Course #

Course

Leader

Day

Time

Art

Art1-S02

An Emotional Approach to Photography

Richard Glantz & Burton (Bud) Elliott

Th

9:15

Current Events

CE1-S02

Current Events Discussion Group

Richard Winer

Th

9:15

Economics

Econ1-S02

Common Stocks & Current News

Ann Killough

Th

9:15

Health Care

HC1-S02

The New Age, Holistic Health: What's It All About?

Sally Harper

W

2:05

History & Government

H&G1-S02

Archaeology of the Ancient Near East

Joan Benjamin

Th

9:15

H&G2-S02

Japan: From Feudal Kingdom to World Power

Larry Wolk

W

10:50

H&G3-S02

Israel's First 50 Years: Through the Eyes of its People

Carol Shedd

Th

2:05

H&G4-S02

The New Deal: An Economic & Political Response to the Great Depression

Gloria Barron

W

2:05

H&G5-S02

Boston's Immigrant: 1630-1940

Victor Ford

W

9:15

Humanities

Hum1-S02

Decision Making in an Era of High Tech Medicine

Bill Rachlin

W

9:15

Hum2-S02

W.E.B. Dubois: Dream Maker

Clifton Reed

Th

2:05

Literature

L1-S02

Leadership in Literature

Michael Kaufman

W

2:05

L2-S02

Five Writers Confront the Catastrophes of Our Time

Nancy Sack

W

10:50

L3-S02

Who is Hamlet?

Tee Jay Henner

Th

10:50

Music

MU1-S02

Toward a Deeper Understanding of Music

Sydney LeVine

W

10:50

MU2-S02

Great Composers in Stylistic & Historical Context

Bob Goepfert

Th

10:50

MU3-S02

Literature & Opera

Matthew Ruggiero

Th

2:05

Religion

R1-S02

Hellenism's Struggle for the Soul of Judea

Joe Winsten

Th

10:50

R2-S02

What Do You Really Believe? The Weekly Torah Portion

Rosie Rosenzweig

W

9:15

R3-S02

Faiths in Conflict: Fundamentalism in Judaism, Christianity and Islam

Sam Starobin

Th

10:50

Science

     

Sc-S02

Essentials of Biology

Michael Sirchis

W

10:50

Writing

     

Wr1-S02

Memoir Writing

Ruth Harriett Jacobs

W

9:15

Wr2-S02

Keeping Memory Alive: Family Memoir

Norm Abelson

Th

2:05