Fall 2003 Courses


 

Course #

Course

Leader(s)

Day

Time

Art

Art1-F03 The Art of Photography Richard Glantz and Burton Elliott W 9:15

Environmental Science

Env1-F03 Water and the Politics of Water Natalie Taub W 2:05

History & Government

H&G1-F03 The Origins and Causes of the Civil War: 1857-1865

Jim McAlpine

W

2:05

H&G2-F03 A Movie Goer Looks at the Red Scare 1947-1960 and Its Effect on American Political and Cultural Life

Bob Palter

Th

9:15

H&G3-F03 The Harlem Renaissance – An American Identity

Clifton E. Reed

Th

2:05

Humanities

Hum1-F03 Ethical Considerations in Modern Medicine

Bill Rachlin

W

10:50

Literature

Lit1-F03 Reading Great Short Stories Harriet and Dick Kahn Th 2:05
Lit2-F03 Literature and the Law: A Look at the Intersection

Arnold Messing

W

9:15

Lit3-F03 Modern Women Novelists Judy Pastore W 10:50
Lit4-F03 Art in Mysteries; Mysteries in Art

Nancy Rawson

W

9:15

Lit5-F03 Shakespeare from Page to Stage, Part III Jim Robbins Th 9:15
Lit6-F03 Dante’s Inferno Matthew Ruggiero Th 10:50
Lit7-S03 Two Novels of the Late Victorian World Nancy Sack Th 10:50
Lit8-F03 The Contemporary Literary Essay Robert A. Stein W 2:05
Lit9-F03 Drama: The Dysfunctional Family Lois Ziegelman Th 10:50

Music

Mu1-F03 Music of the Romantic Era

Robert Goepfer

Th

2:05

Mu2-F03 Toward a Deeper Understanding of Music Sydney LeVine
Th 9:15

Religion

R1-F03 The Qu’ran: A Door to Islam

Carol Shedd

Th

9:15

Science

Sc1-F03 Current Technology Issues

Leonard and Sherman Okun

W

10:50

Sc2-F03 Toward Developing Energy Independence

Guy Weyl

W

2:05

Social Issues

SI1-F03 Timeless Issues in Drama Elaine Reisman W 9:15

Writing

Wr1-F03 Your Journey - The Way It Was: A Memoir

Marlyn Katz Levenson

W

10:50

Wr2-F03 Fiction Writing: Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced

Paul Pemsler

Th

2:05