Lifelong Learning Past NYC Courses

Fall 2004
Homeric Models of Heroism (102NY), Gil Rose

Spring 2005
Bach: Music, Politics, Religion (111NY), Michael Marissen
Making Trouble: The Modernist Revolution (118NY),
Philip Weinstein

Fall 2005
Power and Moral Leadership in Islamic History (121NY),
Stephen Bensch

Spring 2006
The Athenian Golden Age (109NY), Gil Rose

Spring 2007
An Introduction to Art History (123NY), Michael Cothren
Faulkner/Morrison (129NY), Philip Weinstein
Utopia On and Off Broadway (130NY), Bob Weinberg

Fall 2007
Homer to Virgil (134NY), Gil Rose

Spring 2008
Why We Get Sick . . . or Don’t (122NY),
Amy Cheng Vollmer
Tolstoy and Dostoevsky (117NY), Thompson Bradley

Fall 2008
Mozart: Musician, Social Critic, Religious Thinker, Humorist (125NY), Michael Marissen

Spring 2009
Living Lightly on the Earth (141NY), Carr Everbach
The Russian Short Story (128NY), Thompson Bradley

Fall 2009
Behavioral Economics (127NY), Ellen Magenheim

Spring 2010
Michaelangelo and His Times (146NY), T. Kaori Kitoa
A Century of American Short Stories (147NY), Philip Weinstein

Fall 2010
Homeric Models of Heroism (102NY), Gil Rose

Spring 2011
Tolstoy’s War and Peace (LLS 144NY), Thompson Bradley

Fall 2011
Relativity, Spacetime and Gravity (LLS 148NY), John Boccio

Spring 2012
James Joyce’s Ulysses (LLS 155NY), Philip Weinstein

Fall 2012
Unruly Passion: Eros in Classical Literature (LLS 156NY), Gil Rose

Spring 2013
Proust: In Search of Lost Time (LLS 159NY), Philip Weinstein

The Italian Renaissance (LLS 160NY), Robert DuPlessis

Fall 2013
The Magic Mountain and The Tin Drum (LLS 163NY), Hansjakob Werlen

Spring 2014
How We Decide (LLS 165NY), Barry Schwartz
Chekhov and Russian Drama (LLS 161NY), Thompson Bradley