Past Courses

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Instructor
Term
Rynne Lectures in InternationalAffairs
Thomas Rynne
Fall 2019
21st Century Grandparenting in the United States
Dr. Colleen Thrailkill
WS 2019
21st Century Grandparenting in the United States
Dr. Colleen Thrailkill
WS 2020
A Brief Intro to Bioethics: How does Bioethics Affect My Life
Beverly Maurice
WS 2018
A Brief Introduction to Peace and Conflict Resolution
Dr. Yves-Renée Jennings
Fall 2018
A Brief Introduction to Peace and Conflict Resolution
Dr. Yves-Renée Jennings
WS 2019
A Political History and Virtual Tour of the Panama Canal
Mike Hogan, PhD
Fall 2021
A Workshop on Creation in Milton's Paradise Lost
Dr. Gill Holland
WS 2019
Advanced Poetry Workshop: The Poetry of James Wright
Dr. Tony Abbott
Fall 2018
All Things in Common: American Religious Communities
Dr. John Kuykendall
Fall 2017
American Indians and Politics
Dr. Ron Schmidt
Fall 2019
Art of Islam
Dr. Rizwan Zamir
Fall 2019
Art, Folk Tales, and Stream of Consciousness from Norway
Dr. Gill Holland
WS 2018
Basic Economic Thinking: How Freakonomics Will Change the Way You View the World
Dr. Ted Amato
Fall 2019
Beginning Genealogy
Dr. Marilyn Rousseau
Fall 2017
Beginning Genealogy
Christopher J. Ritz, PhD
Fall 2020
Beginning Genealogy
Chris Ritz, PhD
WS 2021
Beginning Genealogy Workshop
Dr. Christopher J. Ritz
Fall 2019
Beginning Genealogy Workshop
Dr. Christopher J. Ritz
WS 2020
Behavioral Economics: Nudge Theory
Dr. Ted Amato
WS 2020
Beyond Inspiration, Pity, and Charity: Exploring Disability Studies
Dr. Ann Fox
WS 2020
Birds and Bees: The Evolutionary Ecology of Animal Reproduction
Dr. Mark Stanback
Fall 2019
COVID-19: The Science Behind the Headlines
David Wessner, PhD
WS 2021
Chinese Culture: Tang Dynasty
Dr. Gill Holland
Fall 2017
Civil War
Eric Hight
Fall 2017
Civil War: A New Birth of Freedom
Eric Hight
Fall 2018
Community Engagement & Social Change
Dr. Stacey Riemer
Fall 2019
Connections and Conflicts in Humanities: Revolution
Dr. Scott Denham
Fall 2017
Connections and Conflicts in Humanities: Revolution Part III
Dr. Scott Denham
Fall 2018
Connections and Conflicts in Humanities: The Body, Part 2
Scott Denham, PhD
WS 2021
Connections and Conflicts in the Humanities: Part II
Dr. Scott Denham
WS 2018
Connections and Conflicts in the Humanities: Revolution
Dr. Scott Denham
Fall 2019
Connections and Conflicts in the Humanities: The Body
Scott Denham, PhD
Fall 2020
Contemplating Rodin
Lia Newman
WS 2020
Contemporary Issues in Healthcare
Dr. Peter Enyeart
Fall 2019
Controversies in Paleontology
Scott Hippensteel, PhD
Fall 2021
Corporate Governance and Shareholder Activism
Kayla J. Gillan
WS 2019
Creative Approaches to Land Conservation
Dave Cable
Fall 2021
Deliberative Democracy: Challenges and Possibilities in a Polarized World
Graham Bullock, PhD
Fall 2021
Democracy's Enduring Quirk: The Electoral College
Mark Washburn
WS 2020
Depictions of Race on Film
Dr. Maggie McCarthy
WS 2020
Developing a Holistic Perspective on Latin American Immigration in the 21st Century
Dr. Matt Samson
WS 2018
Dwight Eisenhower and the 1950s in America
Dr. Julian Pleasants
WS 2019
Emily Dickinson
Dr. Tony Abbott
Fall 2017
Environmental History: A Lens for Today's Environmental Policy
Dr. Dave Martin
WS 2018
Environmental History: Humanity's Footprint and Today's Policy
Dr. David Martin
WS 2019
Everything Was the Same Until It Changed: American Religion since 1960
Dr. John W. Kuykendall
WS 2019
Exploring Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes
Dr. Deborah Nelson
Fall 2019
Exploring Math with Puzzels and Problems
Ben Klein, PhD
Fall 2021
Exploring the Second Part of "Don Quixote" by Miguel Cervantes
Deborah Nelson
WS 2021
Faith of Our (Political) Fathers: Religion and the American Presidency
Dr. John Kuykendall
WS 2020
French Existentialism: Sartre, Camus, Beckett
Dr. Alan Singerman
Fall 2018
Gettysburg: The Fight that Changed America
Eric Hight
Fall 2019
Gettysburg: The Fight that Changed America
Eric Hight
WS 2018
Global Hotspots
Thomas Rynne
Fall 2017
Global Trade and International Relations
Greg Knudson
WS 2018
Global Trade and International Relations
Greg Knudson
WS 2019
Global Trade and International Relations
Greg Knudson
WS 2020
Inside the Pharmaceutical Industry
Joe Konen, MD, MSPH
WS 2021
Intelligence During the Revolutionary War
Thomas Rynne
Fall 2017
Intelligence In the Cold War
Thomas Rynne
WS 2020
Intermediate Genealogy Workshop
Dr. Marilyn Rousseau
WS 2018
Intermediate Genealogy Workshop
Dr. Marilyn Rousseau
WS 2019
Intermediate Genealogy: Workshop
Dr. Marilyn Rousseau
Fall 2018
Intermediate/Advanced Genealogy Workshop
Dr. Marilyn Rousseau
Fall 2019
Intermediate/Advanced Genealogy Workshop
Dr. Marilyn Rousseau
WS 2020
International Affairs: Emerging Threats & Opportunities
Thomas Rynne
WS 2018
International Affairs: Emerging Threats and Opportunities
Thomas Rynne
WS 2019
Introduction to 20th Century Latin American Literature
Deborah Nelson
Fall 2021
Introduction to Classical Chinese Poetry
Dr. Gill Holland
Fall 2019
It's My Story and I'm Stickin' to It
Jean Stewart Berg
Fall 2017
JFK, LBJ, and the 1960's in America
Dr. Julian Pleasants
WS 2018
Jazz Essentials
Dr. Bill Lawing
Fall 2018
Jazz Essentials
Dr. Bill Lawing
Fall 2019
Mark Twain's The Innocents Abroad
Gill Holland, PhD
Fall 2021
Memoir Writing Workshop: "It's My Story and I'm Stickin' to It "
Jean Stewart Berg
Fall 2018
Memoir Writing Workshop: "It's My Story and I'm Stickin' to It "
Jean Stewart Berg
Fall 2021
Memoir Writing Workshop: It's My Story and I'm Stickin' to It
Jean Stewart Berg
Fall 2019
Mephisto and the Muse: Mental Illness and Art
Cole Barton, PhD
WS 2021
Mephisto and the Muse: Mental Illness and Art (in person)
Cole Barton, PhD
Fall 2021
Mephisto and the Muse: Mental Illness and Art (online)
Cole Barton, PhD
Fall 2021
Muslim Visions of Moral Life
Dr. Syed Rizwan Zamir
Fall 2018
Nutrition, Metabolism, and The Human Microbiome
Dr. Mark J. Barsoum
WS 2019
Poetry of Mary Oliver
Dr. Tony Abbott
Fall 2019
Presidental Powers - Beyond the Constitution
Susan Roberts, PhD
WS 2021
Presidents and First Ladies, 1930s-1990s
Dr. Ralph Levering
WS 2019
QAnon, Conspiracies, and Apocalypticism
Greg Snyder, PhD
Fall 2021
Race and Racism in American History
Dr. Mike Guasco
Fall 2019
Racial Justice and U.S Settle Colonialism
Ron Schmidt, PhD
Fall 2021
Realism in Mid-Nineteenth Century Art and Literature
Dr. Gill Holland
WS 2020
Revisiting Latin American Immigration
Matt Samson
Fall 2021
Romare Bearden: Contemporary Art History
Dr. Shaw Smith
WS 2020
Scarlet A+: Revisiting Nathaniel Hawthorne
Tony Abbott, PhD
Fall 2020
Seeing and Hearing Opera through La Bohegrave by Giacomo Puccini
Jacquelyn Culpepper
WS 2020
Semiotics and Structuralism: The Study of Signs in Society
Dr. Alan Singerman
WS 2020
Seneca Falls to Suffrage
Dr. Sally McMillen
WS 2020
Short Stories of Flannery O'Connor
Dr. Tony Abbott
WS 2020
Spanish literature from the Generation of 1898 until the Spanish Civil War
Deborah Nelson
Fall 2018
Sufism
Dr. Rizwan Zamir
Fall 2017
The Civil Rights Movement in the United States
Dr. Daniel Aldridge
WS 2018
The Evolution of US Trade Policy
Joe Papovich
Fall 2018
The Evolution of US Trade Policy
Joe Papovich
Fall 2020
The Fascination of Fragrance
Dr. Zoran Kuzmanovich
Fall 2017
The Future of the American Health Care System
Joe Konen, MD, MSPH
Fall 2020
The Historical Origins of Modern Medicine
Dr. Joe Konen
WS 2020
The Human Side of Landmark Civil Rights Lawsuits
Jim Fuller
WS 2019
The Impact of Intelligence in WWII
Thomas Rynne
WS 2018
The Jazz Age: America in the 1920's
Julian Pleasants, PhD
Fall 2021
The Making of a Modern Greek Tragedy
Stephen Kaliski & Anita Tripathi
WS 2020
The Rebirth of Religion in China
Dr. Jeff Meyer
WS 2018
The Rhetorical Presidency: How Speechmaking Came to Define Presidential Greatness
Michael Hogan, PhD
WS 2021
The Rise and Fall of the American Newspaper Industry
Mark Washburn
WS 2018
The Rynne Lectures in International Affairs
Tom Rynne
Fall 2021
The Rynne Lectures in International Affairs
Tom Rynne (Coordinator)
WS 2021
The Short Stories of Flannery O'Connor
Dr. Tony Abbott
WS 2019
The Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)
Deborah Fosberg Nelson, MA
Fall 2020
The Spanish Golden Age and the Myth of Don Juan
Deborah Nelson
Fall 2017
The Three D's of Mental Health in Aging: Dementia, Depression, and Delirium
Dr. David Pfohl
WS 2019
The U.S. Supreme Court and Free Speech
Dr. Andrew O'Geen
WS 2018
The other Nuremburg: Japanese War Crime Trials
Jeanie Welch
Fall 2017
They Made the News
Mark Washburn
Fall 2018
They Made the News
Mark Washburn
Fall 2021
They Made the News
Mark Washburn
WS 2020
US Trade Policy: Its Continuing Evolution Global Ramifications
Joe Papovich
Fall 2019
Understanding Persistent Racial Inequality
Dr. Ron Schmidt
Fall 2018
Understanding Persistent Racial Inequality
Dr. Ron Schmidt
WS 2019
Understanding Visual Forms in Film, Television, and Beyond
Dr. Maggie McCarthy
Fall 2018
Understanding Visual Forms in Film, Television, and Beyond
Maggie McCarthy, PhD
Fall 2020
Vices in Biblical and Jewish Literature
Rabbi Michael Shields
WS 2019
World Religions
Dr. Rob Spach
WS 2020
World War I: The War to End All Wars
Eric Hight
WS 2019
Youth and the Civil Rights Movement
Dr. Nancy Fairley
Fall 2018