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Courses

Quarter
Day(s)
HUAS78101 Autumn

A History of the Concerto

Changing social conditions of the Romantic period encouraged the birth of the solo virtuoso. We will explore the Romantic concerto and the emergence of virtuoso solo parts in the works of Franz Liszt...

HUAS90919 Winter

America and Fascism: The Forgotten Alliance

In this course, we will examine the long history of curiosity, collaboration, and cultural exchange connecting Americans and Fascists. In light of this history, it would seem the pressing question is...

HUAS90921 Autumn

America at Mid Century: 1933 -1950

Beginning a year-long sequence, this course will focus on American debates over the meaning of democracy from the early 1930s to 1950 as radicalism of the right and left, Fascism and Communism...

HUAS90922 Winter

America at Mid Century: 1950-1963

The second course in the series will focus on the continuing debates over the meaning of democracy in the 1950s through the early 1960s, as the United States sought to expand the influence of...

HUAS90911 Autumn

American Civics in an Age of Controversy

In this three-quarter sequence, we will examine the history of America, from the colonial period to the present, as "contested ground" over the origins and meaning of liberty and equality and the...

HUAS90912 Winter

American Civics in an Age of Controversy II

In this three-quarter sequence, we will examine the history of America, from the colonial period to the present, as "contested ground" over the origins and meaning of liberty and equality and the...

HUAS90918 Autumn

Antebellum Reform Movements in the 19th Century United States

In the Age of Jackson and the period before the U.S. Civil War, there were numerous social movements, including Transcendentalism and abolitionism, that addressed injustice and imagined a better...

WRIT51800 Summer | Autumn | Winter

Basic Creative Writing

This course will introduce you to creative writing, from generating ideas to revising drafts. Find your voice and develop your craft through in-class and at-home writing exercises, and through...

BASC10101 Autumn

Basic Program Year One: Autumn

For Reading Schedule and SYLLABUS, scroll down for Course Outline.

The Basic Program of Liberal Education for Adults offers a rigorous, noncredit liberal arts curriculum that draws on the strong...

BASC70127 Autumn

Dickens: David Copperfield and Great Expectations

In this course, we read Dickens' great novels of social consciousness, David Copperfield and Great Expectations.

Course Syllabus.

Dickens, David Copperfield, Penguin Classics; Revised ed...