Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Carleton University: Learning in Retirement

The programs for the two fall sessions of Carleton University's Learning in Retirement are now available for registration. Note the series on the basics of genealogy being offered in the second session.

Fall 2014 – Session I (September 9th – October 20th) offers the following ten lecture series:

Women and Islam
Truth and Propaganda
Art and Architecture in Ancient Greece
Flash-Focus on Carleton University’s Art Gallery: The McAllister Johnson Collection
Brain and Behaviour
The Art of Dropping Out
Environment and History: An Introduction to Our Evolving Place on Earth
Raiders, Traders and Explorers: A History of Viking Expansion
Best of Ballet
A Brief History of the Cold War

Fall 2014 – Session II (October 27th – December 5th) offers the following eleven lecture series:

Canada’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites
We Shall Overcome: The Civil Rights Movement Through Song
Gold in the Darkness: Studies in Early Christian and Byzantine Visual Art
Flash-Focus on Carleton University’s Art Gallery: Landscape in a Canadian Context
From Longhouse to Lumber to Legislation: An Anecdotal History of Ottawa
Vino e Pasta: Regional Wines and Foods of Italy
Leisure in Britain: 1750 to 1950
Who Were the Vikings? A Look Into the Society and Culture of the Viking Age
A Walk Through Canadian Art - Lecture Series FULL
Who Do You Think You Are? The Basics of Genealogy
Getting to Know Your Brain: Current Topics in Neuroscience

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