Single Classes

UConn is now strongly encouraging masking indoors, but is no longer requiring it.

Fall 2022 Classes

*Please note that our WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 class has been rescheduled to Winter Term 2023.

Click the class title for a detailed description of the presentation.

  1. Shakespeare And The Romantics Shakespeare And The Romantics 1:15pm 10/5
  2. Rise, Rebellion, Revolution:  Ancient Rudimental Drumming And The Music Of the  American Revolution Rise, Rebellion, Revolution: Ancient Rudimental Drumming And The Music Of the American Revolution1:15pm 10/6
  3. History And The Fantastic History And The Fantastic1:15pm 10/10
  4. “Retired, Merrill’s Final Term  Is an Eventful One.”  “Retired, Merrill’s Final Term Is an Eventful One.” 1:15pm 10/12
  5. Irreconcilable Differences:  A Reckoning With Confederate History In Brazil Irreconcilable Differences: A Reckoning With Confederate History In Brazil 1:15pm 10/19
  6. Why Do We Laugh?  Seeking Serious Answers To The Troubling Questions Of Humor And Power, With Help From Dr. Sigmund Freud Why Do We Laugh? Seeking Serious Answers To The Troubling Questions Of Humor And Power, With Help From Dr. Sigmund Freud 1:15pm 10/26
  7. Opening Reception: Right Below Your Feet Opening Reception: Right Below Your Feet3:00pm 10/26
  8. The Asian American Community In Connecticut The Asian American Community In Connecticut 1:15pm 11/2
  9. Discrimination In Housing Discrimination In Housing1:15pm 11/3
  10. Plato’s Video Games Plato’s Video Games1:15pm 11/9
  11. Why the Jews?  Confronting Antisemitism Why the Jews? Confronting Antisemitism 1:15pm 11/10
  12. Mixed Identities In Holocaust Literature Mixed Identities In Holocaust Literature 1:15pm 11/16
  13. Inclusive Choral Formations Workshop Inclusive Choral Formations Workshop 1:15pm 11/17
  14. Celebrating Art By Women At The Benton Celebrating Art By Women At The Benton 1:15pm 11/29
  15. Rachel Carson Rachel Carson1:15pm 11/30
  16. The Irish (Gaelic) Literary and Manuscript Tradition 1200-1700 The Irish (Gaelic) Literary and Manuscript Tradition 1200-17001:15pm 12/7