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BILL COURSES - SPRING 2014
February 24 - April 4
What You Might Be Interested in About Your Brain, Loren Amacher
The New Painting: Before, During and After Impressionism, Marianna Archambault
The History of the English Language: From Beowulf to Last Week, Dennis Baumwoll
Transforming Life Experiences into Poetry, Dorothy Baumwoll
That's Psychology, Part 4, Howard Berthold (three-week course)
Big Bang to Silent Whimper: A Brief History of the Universe, David Clark
Significant Events in the History of Christianity, John Dromazos
Impressionism, L'Art Nouveau, Cubism and the American Century, Wolfgang Gunter
Tea: A Cultural Trip Through the Millennia, Wolfgang Gunter
Philosophy in Literature: Camus, John Murphy
Writers Who Give You the Modern World, Part II: Freud and Nietzsche, Michael Payne
Our Thirsty Earth: Being Stewards of Our Streams, David Pearson
The Tsunami Principles For Surviving Disasters & Everyday Adversities, Karl Purnell
Knotty Topics in Genetics, Anna Reeves
The Historical Background of Income Inequality in the United States, Charles Sackrey and Joe Detelj
Tracing the History of Mifflinburg and New Berlin Through Architecture, Joannah Skucek
Brave Women of 1864: Their Lives and Civil War Experiences, Linda Estupinan Snook
Current Issues of American Foreign Policy, Tom Travis
An Introduction to Judaism, Moshe Ulmer
The Lives of America's First Ladies, Part 2, Barbara Yorks
This listing is subject to change before catalog publication in early January 2014. Days and times will be available at that time.