Master of the Modern Short Story, Selected Works of Alice Munro
John Ford, John Miller, and Kate Livie
Tuesdays January 14-February 4, 1:00-2:30 pm
In this course, led by the popular trio who have conducted previous literature classes, participants will explore the marvelous short stories of Alice Munro, who recently received the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Mondays January 27-17, 1:00-2:30 pm
The eight-session course is developed by the Foreign Policy Association. The longest-standing and largest grassroots world affairs educational program of its kind, Great Decisions is designed to encourage debate and discussion of the important global issues of our time.
ALL Book Club
Margot Miller and Esty Collet
Thursday January 30, 1:00-2:30 pm
Margot Miller and Esty Collet will lead the ALL Book Club in discussing two of Pulitzer Prize-nominee Jonathan Franzen's novels. On January 30, the group will discuss The Corrections, a sprawling satirical family drama, which earned Franzen a National Book Award. A second group meeting on March 6 will feature Franzen's recent work, Freedom.
Ideas Worth Learning and Spreading via TED
Wednesdays, from January 15-February 12, 1:00-2:30 pm
TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) is a global organization that offers presentations by world-renowned people on such subjects as science, religion, philosophy, technology, health, politics, inspiration, athletics and wealth.