Fall 2007 Courses


 

Tuesday

Wednesday

8:30 to 9:55 a.m. (CLOSED) Comp1-F07 - The Digital Darkroom: the Process of Managing the Photographic Creation Process From Your Camera to the Web – AT OLD SOUTH STREET – (two-period Course)
Len Heier


SGL1-F07 - Learn and Lead
Myrna Cohen


Lit1-F07 - Short Stories by Women Authors
Harriet and Dick Kahn


H&G1-F07 - Goods for Sale; Products and Advertising in the Massachusetts Industrial Age
Chaim Rosenberg


Sc1-F07 - Global Warming and Climate Change
Guy Weyl

Sc2-F07 - The Impact of Advances in Science and Technology: for Better or for Worse
Bennie & Gillian Geffin


Mu2-F07 - Masters of the Keyboard, Baroque to Modern
Bob Goepfert


Sc3-F07 - Medical History of the US as Viewed Through the Lives of the Presidents
Ed Goldberg


Wr1-F07 - Creative Writing – AT OLD SOUTH STREET
Ruth Harriett Jacobs


(CLOSED) Hum2-F07 - Invitation to the Dance
Naomi Schmidt


H&G6-F07 - Trials in History
Marc Schwarz

10:05 to 11:30 a.m. (CLOSED) Comp1-F07 - The Digital Darkroom: the Process of Managing the Photographic Creation Process From Your Camera to the Web – AT OLD SOUTH STREET – (two-period Course)
Len Heier


(CLOSED) Myth1-F07 - Classical Mythology/Iliad
Len Aberbach


(CLOSED) H&G2-F07 - Building the U.S. Constitution: Searching for the Founders’ Original Intent in Designing Our Unique Federal Government Structure
Peter & Barbara Benfield


(CLOSED) Rel1-F07 - What's Going On Here? Reading the Hebrew Bible for Pleasure, Ideas, and God
Rabbi David Kline


(CLOSED) H&G3-F07 - The Spanish Civil War
Gene Kupferschmid


(CLOSED) Lit2-F07 - Timeless Issues
Elaine Reisman

(CLOSED) Hum3-F07 - Baseball: It’s More Than Just a Game
Neil Bernstein


(CLOSED) Art1-F07 - Painting in the United States: a Survey
Miriam Goldman


(CLOSED) Lit5-F07 - Art in Mysteries, Mysteries in Art
Nancy Rawson


(CLOSED) H&G7-F07 - When the Cold War Turned Hot
Gerry Tisher & Merle Luber Friedenberg


(CLOSED) Lit6-F07 - Drama: The Dysfunctional Family III
Lois Ziegelman

11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Lunch & Learn (annoucements begin at 12 p.m.) Lunch & Learn (annoucements begin at 12 p.m.)
1:25 to 2:50 p.m. (CLOSED) Lit3-F07 - New Voices Looking at Recent Immigration through Fiction
Bernice Baran, Elaine Dohan, Carole Grossman, Dianne Hoaglin, Sandy Traiger, Anne Walker

(CLOSED) H&G4-F07 - The End of Oil
Alden Carpenter

(CLOSED) H&G5-F07 - Journalism in the 21st Century: What’s New? What’s True?
Patti Goldman

(CLOSED) Econ1-F07 - Globalization: The New Industrial Revolution or Toto We're Not in Kansas Anymore
Gerry Guttell

(CLOSED) Hum1-F07 - Autumn In Darkness: a Study of Film Noir, Its Reflection of American Culture, and Its Distortion of the American Ideal (2 Period Course)
Bob Palter
(CLOSED) H&G8-F07 - A Smorgasbord of Food History
Sandy Grasfield


Sc4-F07 - Recreational Math
Joel Kamer


H&G10-F07 - The United Nation’s Millennium Development Goals. What Are They? Do They Deserve Support?
Jerry Kornreich


(CLOSED) Hum4-F07 - Myths, Law and Culture: Then and Now
Sarah Lieberman


(CLOSED) Econ2-F07 - Global Economics
Harriet Janel Starrett

3 to 4:25 p.m. (CLOSED) Lit7-F07 - It Was Hard to Grow Up. Part Two
Sophie Freud


Sc5-F07 - You the Owner’s Manual
Friends of Bill Rachlin


H&G9-F07 - Advanced Democracy
Sam Starobin