Courses – Fall 2022 / Something Extra / SYMPOSIUM

Coordinators: Sheryl Harawitz, Mary Ann Donnelly, Donna Ramer

Each day we have between 35 and 48 thoughts every minute, the vast majority of which drive our daily routines and needs.

But there are those moments when a seemingly random thought sparks an idea that fuels the synapses and is a link in a chain of ideas that ignites significant change. In this course, we will uncover the genesis and stages of social, philosophical, industrial and cultural ideas that changed the world and others that are changing it.

A WEEK / WEDNESDAY / 12:00 to 12:50 PM

Fall 2022 Class Schedule: Birth of an Idea

Date

Presenter

Title

Sep 7

Sheryl Harawitz

Symposium:   Socrates and Diotima and  Love

Sep 21 

TBD

Oct 5

Yom Kippur - No Classes

Oct 19

Mary Ann Donnelly

Concept of Childhood

Nov 2

Penelope Pi-Sunyer

Penelope:  Good  Wife, Bad Wife

Nov 16

Nan McNamara

Social Work:  Poverty as a Social Crime

Dec 7

Donna

Core Values


Other Classes: