Course Schedule for FEBRUARY - APRIL 2003
2 p.m. each Tuesday with locations as indicated. For more information please call: 417 873-6924
February 4 & 11
"The Devil's Handmaidens: Witches in Early New England" with Martha Finch, assistant professor of religious studies at SMSU. Hearth Room, Bay Hall February 18 & 25
"Wonders of the World Through the Eyes of the Hubble Space Telescope" with Greg Ojakangas, Ph.D., assistant professor of physics at Drury and solar system researcher. Trustee Science Center, corner of Drury Lane and Chestnut Expressway on the Drury campus (more detailed directions to follow later).
March 4 & 11
"Indigenous Religions: Discovering New Faiths Around the World" with Stanley Burgess, professor of religious studies at SMSU. Hearth Room, Bay Hall. March 18
"Something Out of Nothing" with BareStage, a theatre troupe from SMSU using improvisation *be ready for some surprises! Led by Jodi Kanter, assistant professor of theatre and dance. Hearth Room, Bay Hall.
March 25 & April 1
"Joseph Conrad: English as a Third Language." Dick Turner, a retired English professor from SMSU, returns to lead us in the study of yet another author. He will discuss Conrad's Heart of Darkness, Typhoon, and Secret Agent. Olin Room, lower level of F.W. Olin Library. April 8
"Celebrate the Earth: a Celebration of Nature Through Poetry and Guitar" Guitarist John Waldo is known for his skill on guitar and has a CD. Hearth Room, Bay Hall.
Trip to Nathanael Greene Park. This will include tours of the Grey Campbell House and the Close Garden and Lake Drummond. We will have a sign-up with transportation arranged. April 22
"The Edinburgh Festival: the Largest Cultural Feast in the World" with Ed Proctor, electronics resource librarian at SMSU. Hearth Room, Bay Hall. April 29
"Solar System Exploration: a View from Inside the Jet Propulsion Lab" with Carol Browning, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematics and computer science, who worked at the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab at Cal Tech. Olin Room, F.W. Olin Library.