Seminar title * Chicago Women's History 1880-1930It Didn’t All Go Up in Flames: Exploring Pre-Fire Chicago at the NewberryRichard J. Daley: Man and Myth, Life and LegendTour of Garfield Park Conservatory1914, Picturing the Great War: Conflict, Representation, and Memory in American Visual Culture20th Century Classical Music: Evolution, Revolution or BustBeyond Llewyn Davis: The Folk Music RevivalFrom Bach to Stravinsky: 10 Great Orchestra Works ExposedLate Romanticism: Bridge to the Twentieth Century and ModernismMusic Appreciation through Performance: A Chamber EnsembleQueen of Instruments: The Violin, Its Composers, and Its PerformersThe French Correction: A Relaxed Approach to Le françaisHeidegger Wars: Philosophy, Ideology, and NazismInnana: Sumeria's Erotic Goddess and Solomon's SongMoral Philosophy 101: Aristotle’s Nichomachean EthicsGeorge Kennan and American DiplomacyMandate for Mobilization: The Franco-Russian Alliance and World War IMedieval Britain 1066-1307 through Historical FictionMyth, Memory, and the Meaning of ReconstructionThe First World War, 1914-1918 (afternoon)The First World War, 1914-1918 (evening)The Lincoln-Douglas DebatesThe Rise and Fall of Ancient Maya Civilization: A Comparative PerspectiveVictoria and Edward VII: The British Monarchy, 1837-1910Beginning Genealogy: A Crash CourseSwab Your Cheek: DNA Kinship Results21st Century LiteratureDostoevsky's The Gambler and The IdiotHow War Changed Women: Perspectives on British Life, Fiction, and Fashion in World War IMansfield Park at 200: An Exploration of Jane Austen’s NovelMarcel Proust's The Guermantes WayNo Exit for Art: European Drama, 1906-1968Shakespeare's Wars of the Roses Power, Action, and ConflictThe Hobbit: J.R.R. Tolkien's Mythic SourcesUnfinished Manuscripts, Unresolved War: Kafka's The Trial, Hašek's The Good Soldier Švejk, and Prague in WWIPicture This: Writing Picture Books for ChildrenStart Your Screenplay!The Beat Goes On: Writing Poetry in Meter and FormThe Elements of Creative WritingThe Source Of Stories: Writing From Your ExperienceWriting the City Please indicate the seminar you attended. More than one may be selected. Instructor * Badikian-Gartler, BeatrizBauer, ToddBergan, BrookeBiletz, FrankBird, MatthewBruce, DebraDelegan, ColleenDenne, JuliaEttelson, StephanieHarrington, JosephHerrmann, DagmarHershenhorn, EstherJohnson, JoanKleiman, StephenLaChapelle, CarolLevine, LindaLevine, MikeMancoff, DebraMarco, GuyMcVicker, DonaldNewman, EugeneNigro, JeffNygro, JohnPeterson-Maass, MarshaPezzino, SusanRaffetto, JohnRutherford, Matt and Frere, GingerSavage, BillSawyers, JuneScanlan, PatriciaSeigfried, KarlSklar, SusanneSprott, RobertZebrowski, Thomas Please comment on the following The instructor's (or instructors') ability to engage the class in the subject The duration of the class in relation to the amount of material The readings, including the quality, relevance, and quantity The instructor's (or instructors') strengths The instructor's (or instructors') weaknesses Would you recommend this seminar to others? Yes No Why or why not? Would you be interested in taking another Newberry Seminar? Yes No Why or why not? Please list the topics in which you are interested (for example, history, philosophy, writing) Please indicate the season in which you prefer to take seminars (check all that apply) Fall (September-December) Winter/Spring (February-May) Summer (June-August) Additional comments CAPTCHAThis question is to prevent automated spam submissions. What code is in the image? * Enter the characters shown in the image.