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Course Schedule - Fall 2014

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There is a 17-page file as an attachment at the bottom of this page (LLAIC Courses - Fall 2014.pdf) which contains the course schedule, class schedule and full course descriptions. Go to the bottom of the page to view, print or download the file.


 Time  Monday  Thursday
 9:30-11:00  MA1 - Laughter: The Best of All Medicines
      Neil Bernstein and Robert Pill
      Room 222/223
      COURSE CLOSED

 MA2 - The Figaro Saga: a guided tour  of Rossini’s Barber of Seville and  Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro
      Philip Radoff
      Room 220/221
      COURSE CLOSED
 
 MA3 - Vonnegut on the Soapbox
      Laurel Ann Brody
      Room 217
      
COURSE CLOSED

 TA1 - A Look at the American Economy by Sectors
      Harriet Janel-Starrett
      Room 220/221

      COURSE CLOSED

 TA2 - Five Physicists Who Changed the World View
      Peter Schmidt
      Room 217
      COURSE CLOSED
 
 TAB3 - America Goes to War - A Film Course
 (2 blocks)
 

      Irwin Silver
      Room 222/223
     
COURSE CLOSED

11:15-12:45    MB1 - American Education: the Good, the  Bad, and the Ugly
      Richard and Mary Mansfield
      Room 217
      COURSE CLOSED
 
 MB2 - Buddhism: What Might it Mean for Us?
      Alorie Parkhill
 
     Room 222/223
      COURSE CLOSED

 
MB3 - Murder He Said !!!
      Marc Schwarz
      Room 220/221
      COURSE CLOSED

 TB1 - Love and Death and Life in Poetry
      Ruth Kramer Baden
      Room 217
     
COURSE CLOSED
 
 TB2 - Anton Chekhov, Master Dramatist
      Lois Ziegelman
      Room 220/221

      COURSE CLOSED
 
 TAB3 - America Goes to War - A Film Course
 (2 blocks)

      Irwin Silver

      Room 222/223
     
COURSE CLOSED
12:45-1:00  Lunch

 Lunch
1:00-2:00  Speaker or other activity

 Speaker or other activity
2:15-3:45  MC1 - Contemporary Literary Memoir
      Bonnie Lass
      Room 217

      COURSE CLOSED
 
 MC2 - Surviving the Inquisition: Marranos,
 Conversos, and Crypto-Jews

      Sandy Sherizen
      Room 220/221
      COURSE CLOSED

 MC3 - Cryptography (or How Come my
 Credit Card Information isn’t Stolen When
 I Buy Something on the Internet?)

      Joel Kamer
      Room 222/223

      COURSE CLOSED

 TC1 - Language and Metaphor: The Elephant in the Room
      MaryAnn Byrnes
      Room 217

      COURSE CLOSED

 TC3 - That Wilde and Crazy Oscar: the
 Triumphs and Trials of Oscar Wilde

      Verne Vance
      Room 220/221
      COURSE CLOSED


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Updated May 31, 2015

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Peter Schmidt,
Jun 24, 2014, 4:23 PM
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