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Wednesday, July 06, 2022, 10:00 am
Wednesday, July 13, 2022, 10:00 am
Wednesday, July 20, 2022, 10:00 am
Great literature is timeless, with many themes that resonate today. In this three-session course, we will discuss William Shakespeare's "King Lear" (Alzheimer's/dementia) in the first class (July 6); Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey into Night" (Drug Addiction) in the second (July 13); and August Wilson's "Fences" (Race Relations) as well as other modern problems evident in these plays in the third (July 20). The three texts are widely available.
Each Wednesday class will take place in the Baltimore Museum of Art's Sculpture Garden from 10 AM to 12 Noon, followed by an optional lunch with your classmates at Gertrude's (BMA's Restaurant). Rain location will be inside Gertrude's dining room. Registration is limited so please sign up soon.
Session 1 (07.06.22) - William Shakespeare's "King Lear" (Alzheimer's/dementia)
Session 2 (07.13.22) - Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey into Night" (Drug Addiction)
Session 3 (07.20.22) - August Wilson's "Fences" (Race Relations)
Tuition Remission and Refund Policies:
Full-time JHU faculty/staff, their spouses or same-sex domestic partners, JHU retirees and their spouses or same-sex domestic partners are eligible for tuition remission. The tuition remission form is required. All tuition remission forms and details on eligibility can be found here and should be returned to email@example.com.
After registration, tuition remission eligibility will be confirmed by the Odyssey registrar. If eligibility cannot be confirmed, you will be required to pay full tuition for the course. Under the terms of the University’s remission program, Hopkins employees must withdraw in writing at least five working days before the first class to receive a 100% refund. No partial refunds are given to JHU employees and affiliates.
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