Fall 2023 Registration

Thank you for your interest in Fall 2023 Meeman Courses. Please register using the form below. If you would prefer to register over the phone, please call 901-843-3965.

Personal Information

Affiliation: Check all that apply *

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Course Information

We’re pleased to present you with a special offer: sign up for three or more courses, and receive a 10% discount on your total tuition. 
The discount will be applied at checkout. 
After you register, a member of our staff will email you the appropriate Zoom link, if applicable.
For hybrid classes, please indicate if you will be taking the class in-person or remote via Zoom.  You will be asked to confirm your class selection.

Multi-Week Courses:
(ranging from 2-4 weeks, 1-2 hours per session)
Disability History (Zoom)
Professor Charles Hughes 
(6 remaining)
African Youth, International Soccer, and Conflicting Goals: Fatou Diome’s Belly of the Atlantic (Dorothy King Hall)
Professor Abou-Bakar Mamah
(20 remaining)
Old English Poetry in the 21st Century: The Unstill Ones, by Miller Oberman (Dorothy King Hall or Zoom)
Professor Lori Garner
(4 remaining)
How will you be taking this course? *
Clough-Hanson Gallery Conversations: Young, Gifted, and Black (Clough-Hanson Gallery or Zoom)
Professor Joel Parsons
(13 remaining)
Reading and Writing Creative Non-fiction: Memoir in Context (Dorothy King Hall)
Professor Amy Benson
(4 remaining)
Rhodes@175: A History of the College (Dorothy King Hall or Zoom)
Host and facilitator: Professor Tim Huebner
(31 remaining)
How will you be taking this course? *
If you would be interested in registering for a single week of the Rhodes@175 course, please check this box. If there is availability, we will contact you.

Meeman Sampler Series:
(One-time classes, 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. CT)
In Search of the Apostle Paul (Dorothy King Hall or Zoom)
Professor Patrick Gray
(3 remaining)
How will you be taking this course? *
Truth, Justice, and the American Way: Superman and World War II (Dorothy King Hall or Zoom)
Professor Marilyn Koester
(10 remaining)
How will you be taking this course? *
Linguistics at Play: The Language of Sports (Dorothy King Hall)
Professor Scott Garner
(11 remaining)
This is Shakespeare: A Conversation with Dr. Emma Smith (Dorothy King Hall)
Facilitated by Professor Scott Newstok
(0 remaining)
The Psychology of Film Music: Jurassic Park (Barret Library, Room 34)
Professor Courtenay Harter
(9 remaining)
Chemistry and Mystery: Reactions that Shape Our World (Dorothy King Hall)
Professor Dhammika S. Muesse
(8 remaining)
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