Languages & Literatures

Upcoming Courses


The use of creative writing in its various art forms to inspire both others and yourself.

Every week on Tuesday, starting on 02/25/20 and ending on 03/24/20
In this game-show style event, audience members are invited to battle it out over their Revolutionary-era awareness and communication skills for points and prizes.

Every day, starting on 02/19/20 and ending on 02/19/20
Martin Walker's 'Bruno, Chief of Police' sets the stage for a vicarious trip to France's Périgord region.

Every day, starting on 04/24/20 and ending on 04/24/20 (4 seats (17%) remaining)
This seminar will explore the main themes of the novella and seek to discover the extent to which they might resonate with 21st Century readers.

Every week on Thursday, starting on 02/20/20 and ending on 03/12/20 ( No seats currently available )
Using the '100 Years of the Best American Short Stories' collection by Moore and Pitlor, our goal will be to explore two short stories each week.

Every week on Monday, starting on 02/03/20 and ending on 04/13/20
During this second immersion of Portuguese you'll learn daily expressions, pronunciation, and grammar by practicing reading and writing, listening to music, and having fun!

Every day, starting on 05/14/20 and ending on 05/14/20
'My Antonia' is a soulful and rich portrait of a pioneer woman's simple heroic life. It is also a story about the Bohemian immigrants who settled on the desolate prairies of the Midwest during the 19th century. Join us to discuss and compare the plight of immigrants then and now.

Every week on Wednesday, starting on 03/11/20 and ending on 03/18/20 (8 seats (16%) remaining)
This panel of three published women review researched founding-era facts and the weaving of fiction.

Every day, starting on 02/12/20 and ending on 02/12/20