Spring 2005 Courses


 
 

Wednesday

Thursday

9:15 a.m.- 10:40 a.m. Myth1-S05: Classical Mythology
Len Aberbach

Wr1-S05: Poetry Writing
Ruth Harriet Jacobs

CE2-S05: Current Events Roundtable
Sy Raboy and Marty Greenfield

Lit6-S05: Timeless Issues in Drama #2 (Money)
Elaine Reisman
H&G1-S05: Archeology of Mesopotamia
Joan Benjamin

Lit3-S05: The Short Story Looks at Families
Harriett & Dick Kahn

Rel1-S05: In the Beginning: A Brief Introduction to the first book of the Bible
Carol Shedd

Comp1-S05: Explorations in Cyberspace
NOTE: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Len Heier & Sherm Okun

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

CE1-S05: The New Yorker: Looking Class into Culture Clashes
Charles Allen

Lit4-S05: It's a Mystery
Nancy Rawson

Lit8-S05: Recent Nobel Laureates in Literature
Nancy Sack

H&G8-S05: The 9/11 Commission Report Review, Discussion, and Analysis
Dick Winer

Wr2-S05: Memoir Writing
Marlyn Katz Levenson

Lit7-S05: Dante’s Purgatorio
Matt Ruggiero

H&G6-S05: With God on Our Side
Sam Starobin

Myth2-S05: Gods and Broads
Lois Ziegelman

12:45 p.m.- 1:50 p.m. Lunch & Learn
Lunch & Learn
2:05 - 3:30 p.m. H&G4-S05: Hellfire Nation
Jim McAlpine

Sc1-S05: Relativity for the Non-Scientist
Bill Rachlin

Lit5-S05: Contemporary African-American Literature
Clift Reed