COMING SOON! THIS COURSE WILL BE AVAILABLE ON DEMAND. CLICK SUBSCRIBE TO THE RIGHT TO SIGN UP FOR MORE INFO.Covering a wide range of topics, this lecture series examines a different subject at every session. Outstanding Rice University faculty and other experts from the arts, humanities and sciences share insights on topics from Monet to Broadway. This series offers a unique opportunity to sample the diverse course content and instructors featured at the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies.
- On Broadway in the 1970s and 1980s. Debra Dickinson, M.A., artist-teacher of opera studies, Rice University Shepherd School of Music
- Monet and the Seine. Helga Aurisch, Ph.D., curator of European art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
- Political Beginnings of the American Nation. John Boles, Ph.D., William Pettus Hobby Professor of History, Rice University
- The Long View of Immigration in the United States and Texas. Tony Payan, Ph.D., director, Rice University Baker Institute Mexico Center
- Houston Before 1930. Mike Vance, founder of Houston Arts and Media
- Living Hinduism: Lessons for People of All Faiths. Sravana Borkataky-Varma, Ph.D., lecturer, University of Houston and part-time faculty, University of North Carolina–Wilmington
Course schedule and speakers subject to change
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