Fall 2005 Courses




9:15 to 10:40 a.m.

Lit&Soc1-F05: The Violence of World War II and its Aftermath-: Readings from a Variety of Genres Sophie Freud

Lit1-F05: European Short Stories
Harriett & Richard Kahn

Sc1-F05: Cosmology for the Non-Scientist
Bill Rachlin

Lit2-F05: Shakespeare From Page to Stage (Part V): Measure for Measure and Julius Caesar
Jim Robbins

Lan1-F05: Revealing Treasures of the Hebrew Language
Frieda Shear

Comp1-F05: Explorations in Cyberspace: Computer & Internet Literacy
NOTE: Begins Early - 8:40-10:40 a.m.
Len Heier & Sherm Okun

Law2-F05: Massachusetts: The Rules of the Game
Robert Cohen

Wr1-F05: Memoir Writing
Ruth Harriet Jacobs

Rel1-F05: Idealism or Idiocy: 19th Century New England Transcendentalists
Carol Shedd

H&G4-F05: A Moviegoer Looks At the Great Depression 1929-1941 And Its Effects On American Political, Economic, and Cultural Life
NOTE: Begins Early 9:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Robert Palter

10:50 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
CE1-F05: “Great Decisions” in Foreign Policy
Jerome Kornreich

Lit3-F05: Selected Novels of A.B. Yehoshua
Carole Levy

H&G1-F05: Origins of the American Civil War
Jim McAlpine

Law1-F05: Battle Cry of the Republic: The Impossible Quest for Perfect Supreme Court Justices
Arnold Messing & Maurie Stiefel

Lit4-F05: Sherlock Holmes
Norm Weizer

Lit5-F05: How to Read and Enjoy Poetry
Ruth Baden

Lit6-F05: “Celebrate Freedom: Read a Banned Book”: Book Banning & Censorship in America
Nancy Rawson

H&G5-F05: Made in America: A View from the Massachusetts Industrial Age
Chaim Rosenberg

Lit&Soc2-F05: Drama: The Dysfunctional Family Part II
Lois Ziegelman

H&G4-F05: A Moviegoer Looks At the Great Depression
NOTE: from 9:00 a.m. - 12:15p.m.
Robert Palter
12:45 to 1:50 p.m. Lunch & Learn
Lunch & Learn
2:05 to 3:30 p.m.

H&G2-F05: Lyndon Johnson: Master of the Senate
Jackie Jacobs

H&G3-F05: Troubled Neighbors: U.S. - Latin American Relations
Gene Kupferschmid

CE2-F05: Current Events: Global Hot Spots and Issues
Ron Levy

Hum1-F05: Great Books: First Series
Marilyn Lynch

Sc2-F05: Fly Me to the Moon: Fantasy and Fact
Fred Martin
SGL1-F05: Learn & Lead: How to Become a Study Group Leader
NOTE: This course is an “extra.” It does not count as one of your “two” courses.
Myrna Cohen and Sharon Sokoloff

Lit&Soc3-F05: Two Worlds: A Second Look at Edinburgh
Victor Ford

Mu1-F05: Music of the Classic Era-Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven
Robert Goepfert

Rel2-F05: With God on Our Side: Fundamentalism in American Politics
Sam Starobin

Soc1-F05: Getting to America: Jewish Women’s Journeys in the 20th Century
Eleanor Jaffe