In this course we will examine what causes contributed to the establishment of the European Union and to its crowning achievement, the creation of the Euro.
Please note this seminar will run from 9 am to 12 pm
In these two perennially popular, short, and sensational (i.e., teachable!) books, we are confronted with two of literature’s most enduring and chilling tales of a hidden or repressed self. Just what does the painting of Dorian Gray (hidden away in his closet and decaying while Dorian himself remains ageless) represent?
9 am to 3 pm
This seminar will discuss the social usage of Latin American Cultural Patrimony. The starting point for discussion will be UNESCO’s World Heritage List (created in 1978), where most of Latin American sites date from the colonial period (1521-1810). We will question: what were the criteria employed for the inclusion of these churches and urban historic centers?
In appreciation for their leadership support of the Annual Fund, Newberry Associates at the Scholars level and President’s Fellows are invited to explore behind the scenes at the Newberry.