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NEW! Superhero Cinema: Caped Crusaders on Screen
Enter the multiverse of mighty heroes and menacing villains as we explore how the
four-color fun of comic book heroes has inspired some of the most exciting, iconic
and influential movies in American history. Learn the cinematic secrets of Batman,
Spider-Man, Wonder Woman, Wolverine, Black Panther, Captain Marvel and many more in
this multimedia survey of what has become one of the world’s favorite genres.
CLTR:704 | 1 session | $11.50 AGE 60+ | $19 REG
P01 Tu 6-9 p.m. | Daniel Yezbick
March 3 | FP-T, 104
NEW! Read All About It!: A Midwife’s Memoir
Explore the memoir of Jennifer Worth, author of “The Midwife: A Memoir of Birth, Joy
and Hard Times (The Midwife Trilogy),” series of books developed into one of PBS’
most popular series, “Call The Midwife.” Come read about and discuss the culture of
the time periods in her books and how it has evolved into what society is today. Receive
the book to read sections of in class and then take home. Cost of book included in
CLTR:705 | 1 session | $14 AGE 60+ | $19 REG
P01 Sa 10 a.m.-noon | Jacqueline Mink
March 14 | FV-C, 104
NEW! Message Music: Five Decades of Protest Songs and Their Influence
Join us for a generations-spanning march through the music of debate, dissent and
deconstruction as we survey some of American history’s most vehement songs, poems,
and sounds of change, hope and action. Learn the historical context and individual
inspirations behind many favorites and learn about some tunes, too! Picket signs optional.
CLTR:706 | 1 session | $11.50 AGE 60+ | $19 REG
P01 Tu 6-9 p.m. | Daniel Yezbick
March 24 | FP-T, 203
Is Everything Really Getting Worse?
In the U.S. and around the world it seems societal challenges like crime, terrorism,
poverty, inequality, wars, prejudice, health, the environment, education, immigration,
political systems and moral values are getting worse. But are they really? Should
we be pessimistic about the future or optimistic? Will our children and grandchildren
inherit a world of even greater challenges than we experienced? This class will present
facts (not feelings or personal observations) so that you can come to your own conclusion
through sound reasoning. You may be quite surprised at the outcome.
CLTR:703 | 2 sessions | $16.50 AGE 60+ | $29 REG
P01 Tu 7-9 p.m. | Jan Worley
March 24-31 | WW, 204
NEW! A Transgender Experience: A Comprehensive Discussion
Explore concepts that illuminate the complexities of gender identity. Topics in this
newly expanded course include history, terminology, etiquette and policy advocacy.
Through tales of personal experience, film depictions, lecture and discussion, the
facilitator will debunk myths and provide information about the range of trans identities
and experiences. Gain comfort talking about trans issues and explore how these issues
are relevant to you in your communities. Leave class with new understanding and a
list of resources.
CLTR:701 | 4 sessions | $39.50 AGE 60+ | $69 REG
P01 Tu 6-9 p.m. | Stephanie Thurmer
April 7-28 | FP-G, 115