Lectures and Discussions
Protest and public outcry over national holidays have become commonplace in contemporary American society. Yet public outcry, both for and against specific holidays, is not new.
Sister Norma Pimentel will share her experiences with the Humanitarian Respite Centers and immigration.
In just a 10-year span as an artist, Vincent van Gogh had an immense and prolific output. While developing a distinct and individual style, van Gogh also learned from and embraced many different influences.
This course will explore structures set against the backdrop of the societies in which they existed, the construction methods used, the patrons for whom these structures were constructed, and the notions of the builders and architects who created them.
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Create a custom layout for a portfolio website that you’ll be proud to share.
This course takes a deep dive into the repertoires of 12 classic British rock acts, two each week.
Professional Development Conversations over lunch in SBET 127 from 12:30 to 1:15 p.m. the second and fourth Thursdays each month. The series will continue Jan. 27, 2022.
This course explores the fascinating past worlds depicted in rock art, including traditions of pictographs (rock paintings) and petroglyphs (rock engravings) around the world from the earliest paleolithic traditions.
From the “workhouses” of the Colonial period to the chain gangs of the 19th century, this course will examine that history, demonstrating how ideas and practices around punishment, reform and abolition have evolved over time.
In this course, we will take up several topics that illuminate broader historical trends, including professionalization and its impact on amateur baseball, and the role of ethnic identity.