DavidsonLearns Winter (Semester) is Coming
Register beginning December 7
DavidsonLearns invites adult learners to check out courses for the upcoming 2021 Winter/Spring term, which begins the last week of January and continues into May. All courses still meet safely online.
Check out the full details of the 2021 Winter/Spring curriculum here, with detailed descriptions, dates, and times. You can register beginning Monday, December 7, at 10 a.m. Newcomers to DavidsonLearns will find instructions for membership and registration on the website, as well as resources for anyone unfamiliar with the Zoom meeting format.
Most DavidsonLearns courses meet once a week for four to six weeks. An exception this Winter is Scott Denham’s Connections and Conflicts in Humanities, with classes meeting from January to early May.
Rynne Lectures in International Affairs is back as well, Zooming a strong lineup of experts to your laptop or tablet. If you are interested in filling in your family tree, Chris Ritz is back with Beginning Genealogy.
New to the 2021 curriculum is Mephisto and the Muse: Mental Illness and Art, taught by Cole Barton. Several topical courses are on the list, like Dave Wessner’s COVID-19: The Science Behind the Headlines, as well as Presidential Powers, taught by Susan Roberts, and The Rhetorical Presidency, with Michael Hogan.
Spanish scholar Deborah Nelson takes us into Exploring Part 2 of Cervantes’ “Don Quixote,” and Joe Konen takes us Inside the Pharmaceutical Industry—both offering some surprises.