Spring 2013

Past course Titles and Descriptions


DOOMED LOVES
Focuses on the striking predominance in the novel or the drama of the concept of love that is doomed by circumstances. The genre changes over time as social experience turns up more varied causes. Professor Annabel Patterson.


THE POETRY OF YEATS
Offers an appreciation of one of the foremost poets of the 19th and 20th centuries, including his early romantic manner, and his growth as a poet in the 20th century.
Professor Traugott Lawler.


THE HEALTH CARE CRISIS:  HOW IT AROSE, AND WHAT IS TO BE DONE
Examines the major options for containing health care costs, and will review the primary provisions of the Affordable Health Care Act, and will consider how effective it will be in both expanding access and containing costs.
Dr. John Hughes


A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Reviews the place of English among the world’s languages, and considers the related impact of major historical events.
Professor Fred Robinson. _____________________________________________________________________________________

 

Marv Berenblum ’56 – Chairman

Al Atherton ’59 – Finance
Merrell Clark ’57 – Governance
Chris Coffin ’74 – Communications
Kathy Edersheim ’87 – AYA
Charlotte Hitchcock ’91 MPH – Social Activities
Dan Koenigsberg ’6 2 – Curriculum Development
Ken Inadomi ’76 – Faculty Development
Burt Strauss ’56 – Yale Club Liaison

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