Spring 2020 Courses
Visit the Meeman Center website for a full description of all courses and a list of their associated texts.
Refund Policy

To receive a full refund, cancellations must be received no later than the day before the first class meeting. 
 
Class Cancellation Policy

Should inclement weather or illness force us to cancel a class, enrolled students will be contacted by phone and email. For this reason, please be sure to provide the most up to date phone number and email address. 
 
 

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Alexander the Great’s Conquest of Spain: The Book of Alexander
Dr. Clara Pascual-Argente
Witch Lit: Subversive Women in French and Francophone Literature
Dr. Shira Malkin
Religion and Politics in the Middle East
Dr. Ersen Kirdis
Who Knew? Extraordinary Molecules, Science, and History  
Dr. Kimberly Brien
Globalization and Discontent in the Trump Era
Dr. Nikolaos Zahariadis
Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Then and Now
Dr. Steve Haynes
Russian Literature: Bulgakov’s Heart of a Dog
Dr. Alexandra Kostina
Fiori Musicali: Popular Music in the Baroque Era
Dr. Zak Ozmo
Performing American Identity in the Broadway Musical: Show Boat and Oklahoma!
Dr. Vanessa Rogers
The Archaeology of Slavery and its Legacy in the US South
Dr. Kimberley Kasper

Participants in this course will also have the opportunity to engage in the historical excavations at Ames from May 23-29 and/or at the Community Archaeology Day on May 30.
The Memphis Women’s Legacy Trail
Dr. Gail Murray

Optional Saturday session: March 28, time TBD
Word Freaks
Dr. Scott Garner

Optional West Memphis Scrabble Tournament Friday - Sun April 17-19
The Mathematics of Politics
Dr. Eric Gottlieb
Pagans and Christians in Late Antique Alexandria
Dr. Ariel Lopez
Medieval Pilgrimage
Dr. Lori Garner
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