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Education on Demand Eternal Learning Series

Eternal Learning Series Fall 2016

 

The Legacy of Medieval Law
with Dr. Bruce Brasington, Professor of History

October 6     Duo sunt: The origins of Church-State separation
October 13   Equa lance: The Medieval Idea of Equity
October 20   Princeps alligatus est: The Medieval Origins of Limiting Government Power
October 27   Quod omnes tangit: The Medieval Origins of Constitutional Government

Thursdays in October
10:30 – 11:45 a.m.

WT Amarillo Center Room 1011
(Tenth Floor of the Chase Tower)

Cost for the series is $50
To register:

call 806-651-2037 with a credit card
or send your name, phone number and email along with a check made to WTAMU to:
Education on Demand
WTAMU Box 60185
Canyon, Texas  79016

Education on Demand (EoD) at West Texas A&M University offers the Eternal Learning Series twice a year in October and April. This 'learning for life' series was developed to extend our best resource to the community. Each semester a series of topics are selected which are designed to be interesting and thought provoking, as well as providing opportunities for discussion and making new friends. The Eternal Learning Series is informal, fun and there is a no-exam environment. 

The Eternal Learning Series is not eligible for academic credit at WTAMU.

 

Past Eternal Learning Series

Spring 2016
Imagination and Reality: Art of the American West, 1800-1945 with Michael R. Grauer

Fall 2015
What You Likely Don't Know About Medieval History with Dr. Bruce Brasington

Spring 2015
"George Catlin and the Art of the American West" with Michael R. Grauer

Fall 2014
"Integrative Health Care: Exploring What We Know About Mind-Body-Spirit Connections" with Dr. Heidi Taylor and Dr. Lisa Davis

Spring 2014
"Georgia O'Keeffe, Guy A. Carlander, and Panhandle Modernism in the Visual Arts" with Dr. Amy Von Lintel

Fall 2013
"The Enlightenment: From Reason to Revolution" with Dr. David Baum

Spring 2013
"Vampires through Time: How Vampire Novels Reveal Societies' Fears" with Dr. Jean Stuntz

Fall 2012
"Orations of the Dignity of Man, Men, Ideas, Ideals in Renaissance Europe" with Dr. David Baum

Spring 2012
"All Things New Media: How Did This Happen?" with Dr. Leigh Browning

Fall 2011
"And to the Republic for which it Stands: What can Philosophy tell us about the American Dream (and vice versa)?" with Dr. David Hart

Spring 2011
"Understanding Religious Conviction" with Dr. James Hallmark

Fall 2010
"A Biographical Approach to American History" with Dr. Townsend
"United States History through the Eyes of WT" with Dr. Martin Kuhlman