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The Fromm Institute For Lifelong Learning

Winter 2018 Faculty Presentations


On this page you can get more information about any course offered in our 2018 Winter Session and meet the professor who is teaching that topic.


This page is easy to use. Just  click on the image of the instructor or logo.  A short clip will present itself for your edification and (maybe) your enjoyment.


    Mon., Jan 15, 2018

    Mon., Feb 19, 2018


    Winter 2018

    Class Begin 01/08/2018

    Class End 03/01/2018

    Make-up Week 03/05 - 08


    Spring 2018

    Class Begin 04/9/2018

    Class End 05/031/2018

    Make-up Week 06/04 - 07


    Classes meet at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday - Thursday.  The Fromm Institute office is open, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.



    Prof. Sinrod: Ethical, Moral, Legal Dilemmas

    Prof. Lorch: Great American Short Stories

    Prof. MacKenzie: Flash Non-Fiction



    Prof. Rothblatt: The Age of Extremes

    Prof. Rothblatt: Seminar on The Age of Extremes



    Prof. Lurie: Culture Clash in the Age of Globalization

    Prof. Clay Large: Passage to Modernity: Europe & The World in the 19th Cent.



    Prof. Pepper: Writing the Screenplay

    Prof. Hunt: Hannibal, Rome's Deadliest Foe

    Prof. Carcieri: Great Federal Power & Due Process Cases

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