News from Fall Semester 2016
- Our classes have been enthusiastically received this semester. We’ve sponsored heavily-enrolled courses on Henry James, the history of the National Seashore,Cape Cod artists and modernist architecture,climate change and human rights, and the history of American racism.
- Our Introduction to Cape Cod Modernist Architecture course hosted a brilliant talk by Friedrich St. Florian, former Dean of the Department of Architecture at Rhode Island School of Design
- We organized a field trip to see modernist architecture in the Boston area, and a tour of local gems with Peter McMahon, founder of the Cape Cod Modern House Trust.
- Members of our course on climate change and human rights have been invited to present their findings at the Wellfleet Council on Aging, date to be determined.
- Our course on Henry James’ The Golden Bowl will sponsor a showing of the film version at the Wellfleet Library on November 21 from 2-4 p.m. All are invited.
- Professor John Anderson will offer a Chautauqua presentation regarding Henry James in December, date, time, and location to be announced.
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