Liberal Arts and 55+ Program
Courses and Events
The liberal arts provide you an opportunity to learn for the joy of learning, enhance your creativity, and sharpen your critical thinking skills. We offer a number of options for adults of any age to discover something new.
Registration for our spring 2019 courses is open now.
- A New Ottoman Empire? (55+) PLUS318
- Ancient Greece: Aphrodite in Art LIB168
- Ancient Greece: Athenian Democracy: Engagement and Dissent LIB169
- Forging Identities: Art in the Qing Dynasty 1644–1911 (55+) PLUS320
- Greek and Roman Myth: Source of Music, Poetry and Art (55+) PLUS317
- Japan, China and the Western Powers 1600-1976 (55+) PLUS295
- Kingdom of Glory: From Persia to Iran (55+) PLUS159
- Paris and Power (55+) PLUS319
- Timothy Brownlow
- Margaret Easton
- William Ellis
- Phyllis Ferguson
- Graham Forst
- Monica Franz
- Penny Freno
- Amir Kamyab-Nejad
- Jean Kares
- Peter Langer
- Stan Markotich
- Carol Matheson
- Michael McConkey
- Justin Newell
- Garrett H. Polman
- Mandy Richmond
- Ingrid Rose
- Harold Rosen
- Barry Shell
- Annie Smith
- John Whatley
- Rob Wilson
- Pohsuan Zaide
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