Fall 2010 Courses
The fall line-up started in October and included the following courses at the Waterloo, Kitchener and Brantford campuses. To view the accompanying fall brochure, please click here. You will need Adobe Reader to view the document. Please click here to obtain a free copy of Adobe Reader.
Dr. Mercedes Rowinsky, WLU: "Spanish and Latin American Cinema"
Dr. Andrew Thomson, WLU: "20th Century Quebec" -- COURSE FULL
Dr. Ilse Friesen, WLU (retired): "Great Works of Art: 1500 - 2000" (starts week of October 18th) -- COURSE FULL
David Speers, Opera Hamilton: "French Romantic Opera"
Dr. Roman Dubinski, UW (retired): "A Study of Jane Austenís Mansfield Park and Persuasion"
Dr. Alistair Edgar, WLU: "Ending Wars and Building Peace: Roles for Transitional Justice"
Professor Jerry Salloum, WLU: "Explorations within the Earth's Polar Environments: Triumphs and Tragedies During the Heoric Age of Polar Exploration"
Dr. Jan Overduin, Faculty of Music, WLU (retired): "The Organ Works of J.S. Bach" --- COURSE FULL
Dr. Elmer Thiessen, Medicine Hall College (retired): "The Philosophy of Religion"
Dr. Bob Alexander, WLU (retired): "Reflections on Medicine, Science and Doctors" (please note that this course has been changed to 12:30 - 2:30 p.m., not 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. as the brochure stated)
Warren Stauch, WLU (retired): "The Natural and Cultural Legacy of the Grand River" (starts week of October 18th; Kitchener campus) --- COURSE FULL
Rev. Dr. Oscar Cole-Arnal, WLU Seminary: "That Dangerous New Testament"
Walter Soroka, CPP: "Global Sustainability: Separating Fact from Fiction" (Brantford campus); please note that the time for this course has been changed to 1 - 3 p.m. on Tuesdays (formerly 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.)