Spring 2004 Courses


 
 

Wednesday

Thursday

9:15 a.m.- 10:40 a.m.

H&G2-S04: Archaeology of Mesopotamia
Joan Benjamin

Wr1-S04: Memoir Writing
Ruth Harriet Jacobs

H&G7–S04: Brown v. Board of Education
Arnold Messing and Maurice Stiefel

H&G1-S04: Vietnam, Perceptions and Misperceptions
Bernie Shuster

Lit5-S04: More Short Stories
Dick and Harriet Kahn

Mu1-S04: Reflections on African American Music: A Historical Perspective
Clift Reed

H&G5-S04: Winston Churchill’s “Finest Hours” Remembered
Marc Schwarz

Lan1-S04: Revealing Treasures of the Hebrew Language II
Frieda Shear

10:50 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Hum1-S04: Ethical Considerations in Modern Medicine
Bill Rachlin

SI1-S04: Timeless Issues in Drama
Elaine Reisman

Rel1-S04: Muhammad, the Qur’an and Early Islam
Carol Shedd

H&G3-S04: Constantine’s Sword
Sam Starobin

H&G6-S04: The Middle East – From Abraham to Arafat
Leon Jick

Wr2-S04: Your Journey - The Way it Was: A Memoir
Marlyn Katz Levenson

Lit6-S04: Dante’s Inferno
Matthew Ruggerio

Lit2-S04: Anna Karenina
Lois Ziegelman

12:45 p.m.- 1:50 p.m. Lunch & Learn
Lunch & Learn
2:05 - 3:30 p.m.