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Spring Gardening: The Earth-Kind TM Method

Join this Master Gardener as you learn to plant your spring veggies the Earth-Kind TM way, using scientifically sound techniques endorsed by Texas A&M. Soil, fertilizer, plant selection, water requirements and more will be discussed. Enroll for the 6-week session, but the instructor will present this class in two identical, consecutive 3-week segments.

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Acrylic Painting

In this beginning acrylic painting class, students will learn multiple foundational painting techniques, the rules of linear and aerial perspective, and basic still life and landscape composition. (Max 20)

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Advanced Hispanic Literature and Civilization

This course will emphasize student discussions and analysis of literary and cultural texts.

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ALIR Initial Course

Initial registration fee.

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ALIR Instructor Course

This is only for ALIR instructors.

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ALIR Membership Fee

A $10 membership fee is payable to ALIR by check or cash only at the time of registration.

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ALIR New Members for Email Use Only

This is for email purposes.

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Ancient Greek Civilization (Part 1)

Greece, its surrounding cultures and countries, the Athenian government, Pelopenisian wars, theater, art, religion, Socrates, and much more will be topics covered in this Great Course® DVD class. Garland is interested in archeology and how archeology helps to explain gaps in history and how people lived in different times and places. He has attended several field schools, and he volunteers in the archeology lab for the San Antonio Missions

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Art Across the Ages, (Part 4)

This Great Courses® survey, led by Prof. Ori Soltes, is a broad study of Western visual art designed to familiarize you with basic art history and with major artists and styles. This term concludes the series, introducing the startling perspectives of modern art which reflect the politics, religion, culture and traumas flowing from events of the contemporary world. (Max 30)

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Basic Watercolor

Discover the fun of watercolor! Students of all levels are welcome; instruction is offered for beginners. Supplies will be furnished in order to complete the first lesson - or bring any paints and brushes you already have. The 11:00 class is a repeat of the 9:30 class. (Max 20)

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Beginning Computer

If you're new to the computer, or want to review fundamentals, this class is for you. Students will learn computer basics in a hands-on setting, including how to use a mouse and keyboard. No need for typing skills...and there are NO dumb questions! (Max 20)

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Beginning Genealogy

Focusing on beginning research in genealogy, we'll exchange information and share ways to research your family tree. Having or purchasing a membership in Ancestry.com would be helpful but is not necessary. (Max 20)

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Beginning Line Dance

If you have no experience in line dancing (or any kind of dancing),if you have two left feet, or even if you are just a bit shy - this class is for you! It's so much fun you won't realize you're getting physical as well as mental exercise. (Max 30)

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Beginning Spanish

Take this opportunity to learn basic communication skills in Spanish. This class will cover basic vocabulary with real-world application - foods, actions, clothing, etc. (Max 30)

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Beginnings of Judaism ( Part 2)

Each class will include a 30-minute Great Courses® video lecture by Prof. Isaiah Gafni, followed by a 30-minute reading and a class discussion. Some topics this term will include the discovery at Qumron, Judaism in the Hellenistic world, and Messianic eschatology. Handouts with extra reading sources are shared each class. Although Part 1 was given in fall, first-timers are welcome! (Max 30)

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Brain Games

This course will use a variety of engaging games to exercise our brains as we work on long-term memory, working memory, attention to detail, processing speed, and other brain functions. The class is highly interactive - you'll need paper and pencil. (Max 25)

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Business and Society

What is the role of a business in today's society and what are its obligations to stakeholders other than its shareholders and investors? Traditionally firms are created to primarily serve shareholders, but over time we have seen the growing importance of social, environmental and community-based stakeholders. This course will discuss the changing role of business and the expectations of countries, communities and people. (Max 30)

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Computer Applications

Learn the latest Microsoft® Office Windows® 10 programs, including Word®, Excel® and PowerPoint®. Specifically, we'll cover word processing (creating documents); spreadsheets (creating budgets and calculations); and presentations (designing classroom lessons and photo shows). (Max 20)

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Continuing Ballroom Dancing

This ballroom class welcomes anyone interested in improving their dance skills. You will acquire new steps and improve your skill but also your style. We'll cover Foxtrot, Waltz, Swing, Rumba, ChaCha, Merengue, Salsa and more. No dance partner required.

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Conversational Spanish

A prerequisite for this course is a knowledge of the Spanish language. The course will center around group and individual conversations in Spanish on culture, literature and current events. Its goal is to enable you to improve (or maintain) your competency and increase your enjoyment when conversing in Spanish. (Max 15)

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Conversations with a Psychologist

This long-running ALIR offering is back! Participate in conversations covering how existential philosophy and phenomenology inform psychology. (Max 30)

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Creating Professional Looking Documents

Writing your memoir? Producing a newsletter? Sometimes how a document looks really matters. This class will immerse you in the extraordinary versatility of Microsoft Word®. Learn how to add headers/footers, number pages, insert tables and graphics, alphabetize lists and customize your "look" with fonts and design elements. The class will also share tips for working with long documents. Prerequisite: basic computer literacy. (Max 20)

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Current Issues in Nutrition

Join us for a detailed overview of nutrients followed by discussion of current nutritional issues. We will address the use of supplements, food additives, phytochemicals, probiotics, food labeling, food safety, dietary guidelines and food production. The course concludes with discussion of nutrition and chronic diseases.

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Digital Photography and Graphic Arts

Areas we'll focus on include: Using your digital camera, organizing your photos and creating fun projects using your photos, including greeting cards, calendars and signs. We'll also learn some fundamentals of PowerPoint® and Publisher®. Basic computer literacy is necessary to get the most from this class. (Max 20)

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Editorials

Students bring editorials from local papers, national papers, or international papers for group discussion. (Max 20)

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Elements of French Culture

Several topics pertaining to France and the French culture will be addressed in this wide-ranging class. Let's explore the Marais in Paris...the comedies of Moliere...the Sun King...French colonies...some not-to-miss streets in Paris. Did you know that France produces more than 400 distinct cheeses? (Max 20)

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Everyday Engineering: Understanding the Marvels of Daily Life (Part 2)

Our world is full of engineering marvels, and this Great Courses® class explores the fascinating buildings, devices and public utilities that we use daily. Expertly explained by West Point's Dr. Stephen Ressler, this term's class will cover the remaining subjects in the series. In addition, the instructor will describe 12 more engineering feats. Expect an emailed handout before the class.

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Film Appreciation: Big Stars, Little Stars, Movie Stars!

Come watch movies featuring the big stars, the supporting stars, some lesser knowns, and all the actors in between. Refresh your memories with movies you haven't seen in a long time, or maybe ones you haven't even heard of! There will be action, adventure, comedy and romance. (Max 40)

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Flowers and Wreaths

Bring your floral wire cutters/scissors, an assortment of seasonal artificial flowers, foliage and decorations, and a small or medium wreath base - and before you know it, the instructor will work with you to create your own floral masterpiece. Both design and practical tips will be shared. Material ideas will be discussed at the first class; a $10 materials fee is required. (Max 10)

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From Dialect to Dominant - The Evolution of English (Part I)

Experts detail the 1500-year history of the English Language in this video series ("Athena"), which will serve as a springboard for class discussions. These authorities, along with our own linguistic-expert instructor, will show how diverse forces - from Beowulf to the Bible, from Shakespeare to American slang - shaped our modern language. Class contributions of word origins will be welcome!

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Genghis Khan and the Hordes from the Steppes

Perhaps no empire rose as spectacularly as that of the Mongols. In less than a century, a small band of warriors grew to a realm that encompassed lands from the Pacific to the Danube River. The series of Great Courses® lectures by Prof. Kenneth Hart examines how Genghis Khan and his successors achieved a dramatic series of conquests and made the 13th century their own. (Max 25)

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Gentle Mat Yoga

This class will use gentle yoga poses while practicing breathing techniques to calm body and mind while adding balance and strength. Please bring your own mat, a block and a yoga strap, all readily available at many retailers. The ability to get up and down from the mat is essential. (Max 30)

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Geological Wonders

The goal of this course is to heighten your sense of wonder, awe and respect for our planet. We will examine 12 spectacular geological wonders - four in the US, the rest at sites around the world. The course is based on the Great Courses® class taught by Prof. Michael E. Wysession, with the instructor adding relevant materials each week.

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Government 101

Are you confused about our government and politics? The first part of this course will briefly review the principles, foundation and function of our government. The latter part will focus on techniques to cut through propaganda and TV ads to find the facts needed to make informed civic decisions. (Max 20)

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Great Spanish and Latin American Short Stories

This class, conducted in Spanish, will read and discuss short stories written by leading authors of the Spanish-speaking world. This session, we will use "Great Spanish and Latin American Short Stories of the 20th Century: A Dual-Language Book. (ISBN 13-478-0-486-47624-7 or ISBN 10-0-486-47624-3). (Max 20)

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Healthy Eating the Mediterranean Way - From Theory to Practice

This class will introduce you to the Modified Mediterranean Diet, along with the health benefits it brings. The instructor will suggest meal plans/recipes and will demonstrate how to prepare dishes for you to taste and enjoy. The book, Let Food Be Your Medicine, will be referenced, but is not necessary to buy. A $10 fee for food/ingredients is due at the first class. (Max 15)

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Indian Cooking

Explore one of the world's classic cuisines - that of India. Foods prepared will be mostly vegetarian, using Indian spices and traditional Indian cooking methods. The instructor will emphasize preparing balanced meals. A food fee of $5 is due at the first class. (Max 15)

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Inspired by Matisse

While learning about the life and work of French artist Henri Matisse (regarded as the greatest colorist of the 20th century) students will be inspired to personally create one artwork each week. The artworks will be watercolor paintings, prints and cut paper collages. All materials will be supplied for a $5 fee. (Max 20)

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Intermediate German

As an intermediate course, this class will focus on pronunciation, phonetics, vocabulary building, grammar and Deutsche Volkslieder. We will use the book German Made Simple by Dr. Arnold Leitner (ISBN 0-7679-1860-6), available from online booksellers. (Max 20)

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Intermediate Italian

This class is designed for students who have taken the Introductory Italian course, or who are fluent enough in Italian to be able to read and comprehend short stories written in Italian. (Max 20)

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Intermediate Spanish

This class picks up where a Beginner Spanish class ends. The focus will be on grammar, with extensive student participation. The class will use book "Easy Spanish - Step by Step" by Barbara Bregstein (ISBN 978-0-07-146338-6); it would be helpful to bring the book to the first class. (Max 15)

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Introduction to Tai Chi

This class will introduce you to Tai Chi for health and flexibility. We will learn the first eight moves of the Yang style form. We will include plenty of repetition and practice in order to become familiar with these beneficial movements. (Max 25)

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Introductory Italian (Continuing)

In this continuation of the Level I class, we will study the present tense of irregular verbs and the present perfect tense, while increasing our Italian vocabulary. The class will use the book Italian All-in-One for Dummies (ISBN - 13:978-1 118 510605), available from online booksellers. This class is meant for students with prior experience studying/reading Italian.(Max 20)

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Italic Printing

Italic is a very useful script that can improve your script's readability and extend your skill. A $5 paper projects fee is requested and pens etc. may be purchased from the instructor. Calligraphy is not recommended for left handed people, but it's not impossible when very motivated. (Max 20)

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Jackie Robinson, Civil Rights Hero

In 1947, Jackie Robinson was the first African-American to break the segregation barrier in major league baseball. Despite taunts and death threats, he played with grace and dignity for 10 years, winning numerous awards including MVP in 1949. He then went on to participate in the Civil Rights Movement and to build a successful business career. Class is based on the excellent biography of Robinson by Arnold Rampersad. (Max 20)

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Knitting for Beginners

Beginner's knitting will cover equipment, concepts and terminology. Students will learn about the proper gauge, the knit stitch, the purl stitch, increases, decreases, how to identify and correct mistakes, and basic casting on and binding off. We'll discuss the yarns and tools you may want to use at the first class. (Max 20)

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Lost Christianities: Early Forms of Christianity (Part 2)

This course, a series of Great Courses® lectures by Dr. Bart Ehrman of the University of North Carolina, will focus on non-canonical writings which show the great variety of early Christian groups - especially those of the 1st and 2nd centuries CE. It will also deal with early Christian orthodoxy and the formation of the New Testament canon. You may enroll even if you didn't attend Part 1.

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MacBeth - The Play, The Tragedy, The Legacy

For some "Macbeth" is the "bleakest of tragedies". This course will examine such a view in terms of cultural context, critical theory and production history. This approach should permit us to explore how Shakespeare displays society's deepest fears on stage and appreciate why the Bard could describe life as a "walking shadow...a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing". We will read the play so students should have a copy available.

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Memoir Writing

Everyone has an unique story to tell. Join our memoir class to be inspired to write and share your own.

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Mindful Living

We will discuss and practice a variety of ways – including meditation – to help improve mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health. We will learn to let go of fears, worries and regrets and live in a mindful state; topics include self-mastery, stress management, and living in harmony with the way things are. Eckart Tolle’s books are often cited.

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Mixed Media

Our focus this term will be on exploring the use of collage and image transfer techniques in combination with various artistic media to create abstract and representational works. Students interested in exploring various media are all welcome in this class, regardless of experience or skill level. A $5.00 supply fee is requested; other supply ideas will be offered in class. (Max 20)

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Money, Trade and History

We will discuss how and why money was created, how different it looks today compared to ages past, and its influence in stimulating trade, commerce, and industry. Did you know that many wars originated in trade competition? And is money still indispensable for the function of society? We will also examine some financial crises and their causes.

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More Poetry Celebrations

A whole world of poetry exists for us to explore and celebrate. Everyone will contribute with their own poetry books and their own poems. Of course, the instructor will also provide poetry, in a variety of formats. Poems are meant to be heard, and we will be reading aloud much of the time. So many poems, so little time! Come join the celebration - this class is for everybody! (Max 30)

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Mountain Dancing (American Folk Dance)

Focusing on figures which don't require a partner, we will learn the Ball of Yarn, Virginia Reel, Mountaineer Loop, Dip for the Oyster, Chase the Rabbit and other dances. Figures come from Irish ceilidh, contra, smooth mountain and clog dancing. You can learn the basic clogging step, or you can use a simple walking step. Remember: "You can learn to dance if you can count to three (walk, walk, walk)!

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Music and the Brain

A growing field of research uses empirical studies to test ideas about the role of music in human evolution. This Great Courses® series led by Prof. Aniruddh Patel will explore the relationship between music and emotion; how the brains of musicians differ from those of non-musicians; and even how listening to and making music can have measurable biological impacts on medical patients. (Max 25)

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Order in the Court: Best Courtroom Dramas

You won't feel at all guilty when viewing and then discussing the theme, characterization and plot of some courtroom films considered among the best in this genre. The films to be shown are: 12 Angry Men, To Kill a Mockingbird, My Cousin Vinny, Philadelphia, The Rainmaker, and Runaway Jury. (Max 20)

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Outsmart Yourself: Brain-based Strategies to a Better You

Why aren't we really in control of our behavior? Are there ways to hack into our brains to live healthier lives and break bad habits? This Great Courses® series uses neuroscience research findings, presented by Prof. Peter M. Vishton, to increase our awareness of automatic habits and how we might change them.

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Pastels

This class is for anyone interested in learning how to use pastels - sticks of pure brilliant pigment, not colored chalk - to create works of art. We'll discuss color, composition, contrast, proportion and mood. Together we'll explore various surfaces, techniques and styles. Discover the artist that lives in you - no experience required! Supply list will be available after registration. (Max 18)

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Planning for the Inevitable: A Guide for Baby Boomers

So much can happen in a moment - a fall or illness - that suddenly requires quick actions involving finances, legal authority, a new living arrangement, or a home sale. The solution: have a plan. This class will cover senior living options, family-focused resources for care management, legal and financial issues, and downsizing/selling a home and setting up a new home. The 2nd 6-week class is a repeat of the first; sign up for just one.

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Poetry Just for Fun

Do you like poetry? Here's your chance to explore some creative and fun types of poems, like diamonte or shaped forms. Discover what poetry is, and what inspires people to write it. But what if you "hate" poetry? Come to this class and write a poem expressing your disgust - no matter what, it's all about the pleasure of creating this written art form! (Max 15)

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Polar Explorations

Great Courses® and National Geographic collaborated to produce a comprehensive tour of the Arctic and Antarctic polar regions. Amazing cinematography illustrates the similarities and differences of these regions, the history of polar scientific explorations, and the organisms - as well as the peoples - who live there. Guest speakers may include an astronomer who makes yearly trips to Alaska, and a representative from Sea World.

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Privacy, Property and Free Speech in the 21st Century

Learn what rights you have in this new technological world: Can police use cell towers to follow you? Can your picture be used without your consent? Are the rules different for Facebook and Google? This Great Courses® class, led by Prof. Jeffrey Rosen and enhanced by the instructor's commentary and current updates, focuses on law and the constitution; the 1st, 4th and 5th Amendments will be the bedrock for analysis and class discussions, which are encouraged.

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Sam Houston - A Biographical Sketch

This course is a brief biographical look at the Texas icon Sam Houston, with emphasis on his tenure as Commanding General during the Texas Revolution.

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Socrates Café

Inspired by the book Socrates Café by Christopher Phillips, the class discusses and delves into philosophical questions of life (e.g. what is truth?). It is not a lecture class on philosophy; students are encouraged to share their ideas and perspectives on the question of the day.

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Spain - Land at the Crossroads

We'll examine many fascinating stories of the Iberian Peninsula's culture and history, from the Paleolithic period to the present, learning how the different conquerors (and the colonists) who came to Spain have all their cultural imprint on this land. This class is based on the Great Courses® History of Spain, led by Prof. Joyce Salisbury.

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Talking About Death Won't Kill You

When (not if) it comes to “transitioning,” we are usually no longer in control, Too often, institutions, doctors and machines cut us off from the spiritual rite of death. This class covers having "the conversation,” the high cost of end-of-life care, palliative and hospice programs, death with dignity, green burials, advance directives, and the environmental impact of the funeral industry. We’ll write our own eulogies and take a trip to a funeral home or cemetery.

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Tatting: Lace - Frivolite

Tatting can be defined as a hole surrounded by thread. Create elegant lace, a beautiful doily, a decorative holiday ball, or more, while learning this 250-year-old art. A video will be used to support your hands-on experience as will the instructor’s guidance. A $15 materials fee is payable to the instructor. (Max 8)

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Technology and Inventions

Extending the fall on ancient technology, this class will examine major inventions and technologies that produced the Renaissance, drove the Industrial Revolution and shaped the 20th Century. We'll look at inventors (i.e. DaVinci, Watt, Edison, Tesla) and how their inventions changed everyday life via new materials, new energy sources and transportation advances. The instructor will supplement Great Courses® lectures by Prof. W.B.Carlson.

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The African Experience: From Lucy to Mandela

Presenting a balanced view of African history and an appreciation of the complexities of the African experience,this Great Courses ® DVD series with Prof. Kenneth P. Vickery takes a long view of the continent's rich history. The class's goal is to better appreciate the outstanding achievements of African cultures as well as the disappointments brought on by European and Islamic colonization.

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The Amazing History of European Art (Part 1)

Rich perspectives on 16th and 17th century European civilization are opened up through an encounter with the fascinating works of that period's art. We will include artists such as Leonardo, Raphael, Caravaggio, Rembrandt and Vermeer. Students will hear lectures by Prof. William Kloss in his Great Courses® series, as well as participate in discussion and view additional artworks.

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The American Colonies' Religious Roots

Beginning with the Reformation and religious wars in Europe, we shall trace the settlement of colonies in the New World. This participatory class is designed to help students gain new insights into America's religious roots, and perhaps into their own ancestors' motivations. The instructor will provide written background materials; class will be discussion oriented. (Max 24)

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The American Revolution

Based on his original research, the instructor will delve into our revolutionary history. The first 6-week session will cover the period from Bunker Hill to the French Intervention. The second 6-week session will focus on the revolutionary period in the Southern Colonies, from 1776 to Yorktown. Please enroll in one or both.

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The Art of Quilting

This long-running ALIR class covers various quilting and piecing techniques and methods, with a different focus and project each term. Students bring sewing machines to class to work on their individual projects. Contact the instructor for a specific supplies list or with questions at janicesgarden@att.net. (Max 30)

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The Dude Abides: Films by Joel and Ethan Coen

Using two books on the Coen Brothers as background, this class will view and discuss the Big Lebowski (1997), Fargo (1996), Miller's Crossing (1990), No Country For Old Men (2007), The Ladykillers (2004), and O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000). (Max 20)

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The Enlightenment: Philosophy and Culture in 18th Century Europe

The intellectual revolution in Europe in the 18th century transformed the way people thought about the world and society. Known as "The Enlightenment", the movement emphasized reason rather than authority, humanitarianism, civil liberties, religious toleration and classical values. In addition to philosophy, we will explore the Enlightenment's influence on the art, music and literature of the age.

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The Japanese Internment in WW II

The US Military confined 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry in "Internment Camps" during the second World War - approximately 90% of whom were US citizens. This course will explore life in the camps and the basic causes of how internment came about. This class will be just three weeks long. (Max 30)

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The New Testament (Part I)

This Great Courses® video-teaching series will start each week with a 30-minute presentation by Prof. Bart Ehrman, covering topics such as the Greco-Roman context of the times, Jesus as the apocalyptic prophet and the non-canonical Gospels. Class discussions and readings will follow. Handouts will be available every class and Bibles will be available to use. (Max 30)

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The Presidency

This course will cover the constitutional and historical roots of the US presidency. We will start by talking about the seven basic roles that all US presidents play as part of their presidential responsibilities. Much of the course will trace the office's evolution and changes over time. We'll also discuss historians' rankings of the "best" and "worst" presidents. The final class will include discussion of the Obama and Trump presidencies.

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The Science of Generosity & Kindness

This class will review various ways people attempt to be helpful to others, and how generosity can allow us to grow and mature personally. The instructor will lecture on the psychological aspects of generosity and kindness (presenting commentaries by theorists) and on the research base that examines the biological, sociological and religious aspects of such acts, as well as the multiplicity of roles they play in our lives.

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The Skeptic's Guide to American History

Few people recognize that much of what we know about American history is mythical and mistaken, with many popular beliefs being either totally false or at best, half true. This Great Courses® series, led by Prof. Mark A. Stoler, covers key historic figures, events, movements and legacies to convey a much fuller understanding of our history.

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Today's Global Economy

We will examine globalization's effects on countries, firms, communities and people. The sessions will explore how the past 25 years of trade agreements like NAFTA have changed the rules of business and affected US jobs and wages, including outsourcing of jobs to other countries. Class conversations about how exports and imports are used in the global battle for profit will be placed in context of their long-term effect on communities and people.

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Turning Points in American History (Part 2)

This survey course examines critical incidents of the past 600 years which deeply shaped modern history, including the Columbian Exchange (1492); the American Experiment (1787); Darwin's "Origin of the Species" (1859); motion pictures (1896); and social media (ongoing!).Class discussion will follow the Great Courses® lectures on this topic by Dr. Vegas Linlevvicius.

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Uke Can Do It (Part 2)

This class is intended for students who have learned to play the 1, 4, 5, 6 chord progression in the key of "C" and who now wish to learn to play songs in the key of "G". You'll be introduced to different 3/4s strumming and picking techniques. Bring your uke, tuner, music stand and 3-ring binder with handouts and music from the 2018 Fall class. (Max 20)

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Understanding Personal Financial Risks and Opportunities

This class offers interactive discussion and practical ideas to address personal financial issues, risks, opportunities and decisions facing seniors. Topics include understanding credit, insurance and market risks; practical budgeting and tax planning; vehicle leasing/buying strategies; and investment planning ideas, all supported by the instructor's decades of financial marketing experience.

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What the Heck is Going On?

A moderator du jour will select a relevant topic and provide background information to spark an informed interaction among the class.

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Writers Workshop II

Designed for those who write on their own, this workshop will focus on revision and editing and will meet in a critique group setting, with lunch. (Max 20)

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Writing Poetry

We will write, read poems. Together, we'll learn about poetic devices to make our poems stronger and more powerful. (Max 15)

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Yoga for Flexibility

This gentle approach to yoga is less intense, non-strenuous and slow-paced. You will do well-measured stretches and range of motion exercises that will equally strengthen and stretch you, increasing your flexibility. Repair those muscles that need love! (Max 12)

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Zen Painting

This class will combine new with continuing students for learning and practicing this mindful way of self-expression. We will paint products such as notecards or gift wrap, selecting a different subject each week - a few basic strokes for flowers, or many-stroked landscapes. A $5 paper fee is requested; other basic materials may be purchased from the instructor. (Max 22)

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