Seminar title * Public Art and Public Life in ChicagoNature and the City in Chicago Poetry and ProseRe-envisioning ImpressionismThe Courtier Sings: Words and Music in Renaissance ItalyThe Keys to Great Orchestral WorksUnderstanding the Genius of Johannes BrahmsLong Stitch BookbindingItalian Music to 1850Golden Age: Dutch Art in the Age of RembrandtPicturing the Great War: Conflict, Representation, and Memory in American CultureThe Silmarillion: J.R.R. Tolkien's MythologyWestern Mysticism: Fourteenth Century EnglandThe Roman RepublicThe Weimar Republic: Germany, 1919-1933The Crusades through Historical FictionWar without EndDid it Really Happen That Way: Getting to the Truth in HistoryDumb in AmericaApproaches to Auschwitz: Origins, Reality, and Lessons of the HolocaustLouis XIV and 17th-Century France: Scandals, Glory, and DespairSouthern Italian Genealogy: Discovering Ancestral Documents in Italy and in the USAGenealogical Research Beyond Ancestry.comIt Didn't All Go Up in Flames: Exploring Pre-Fire Chicago at the NewberryWestern European SurnamesGenetic GenealogyGenetic Genealogy: Advanced Practical ApplicationAmerica Drama I: The Beginning of a Long JourneyReading Ivan TurgenevHistorical Fiction or Fictional History?: Wolf Hall, Doctor Copernicus, and LibraThe The Art of Memory and Silence: The Meditative Fiction of Patrick Modiano and W.G. SebaldMarcel Proust's The Captive and The FugitiveContemporary Short StoriesSex in the Studio: Zola’s Painters and the Parisian Art WorldShakespeare's Hollow CrownThe Metaphysical Detective NovelA Serial Reading of MiddlemarchThe Elements of Creative WritingStart Your ScreenplayPicture This: Writing Picture Books for ChildrenWriting for the Theatre Please indicate the seminar you attended. More than one may be selected. Instructor * Bauer, ToddBergen, BrookeBiletz, FrankBird, MatthewCellini, WilliamDelegan, ColleenDenne, JuliaDillon, DianeFarr, MargaretFrere, GingerHarrington, JosephHeagerty, BrookeHecimovich, JimHermann, DagmarHershenhorn,EstherKeener, ShawnKleiman, StephenKorbel, BarbaraLacy, TimLevine, LindaLevine, MikeMancoff, DebraMarco, GuyNewman, EugeneNigro, JeffNygro, JohnPeterson-Maass, MarshaPost, DouglasRutherford, MattSavage, BillScanlan, PatriciaSeigfried, KarlSherrod, HarrisonShreve, JackSprott, RobertStanbary, KarenTeodorescu, JeanineVenturino, Steven 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.