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The History of Photography: Genre by Genre

at Los Angeles Center of Photography - Online Learning Class

The Los Angeles Center of Photography is thrilled to produce an ongoing series on the history of photography. The series, typically offered the second Friday of each month, will be divided into the genres of photography. This year features street photography, still life, landscape, documentary, and more. Schedule: Friday, February 12, 3 pm, PST – Street...

Tuesday Oct 26th, 5pm - 6:30pm Pacific Time

World Politics with Professor Ralph Buultjens

at 92nd Street Y -

The New Political Economy: America and Global Power In the post-pandemic world, global economics is changing dramatically. How will this impact the balance of geopolitical power? Who will be the winners and losers? Will a slowdown in China affect its world position? Will it increase competition in Asia between Japan, India and China? Will America’s...

Tuesday Nov 16th, 10am - 11:30am Eastern Time

  (5 sessions)
$120

5 sessions

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A Contemporary Introduction to the Frankfurt School

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research - Online Classroom

In 1930, Max Horkheimer became the director of the Institute for Social Research in Frankfurt, Germany. Along with his colleagues and a broader orbit of external scholars, he inaugurated the first wave of what came to be called “critical theory.” This course is an introduction to some of the key works and concepts of the Frankfurt School, including...

Tuesday Nov 16th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

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Michel Foucault: Truth and Power

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research - Online Classroom

The French philosopher Michel Foucault claimed that “truth isn’t outside power,” the “reward of free spirits,” nor, as Immanuel Kant imagined two centuries earlier, “the privilege of those who have succeeded in liberating themselves.” Rather, truth is produced by power—a generalized condition outside of which no one stands—and shaped...

Tuesday Nov 16th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

Ethics by Design Series: Overview & Human Rights

at General Assembly -

When you design or engineer a product, you believe that it will have a positive impact on your target market. But do you have the resources to think about how your technologies might affect society as a whole? This evening workshop will introduce you to the basics of ethical thinking and will help you implement ethics in your working day. ***This...

Tuesday Oct 26th, 1pm - 3:30pm Eastern Time

Bell Hooks: Race, Feminism, and Freedom

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research - Online Classroom

For much of its early history, feminism centered a female subject based almost exclusively on the experiences of a particular sort of woman: white and middle-class. “When women are talked about,” noted a Stanford undergraduate named Gloria Watkins, “the focus tends to be on white women.” In response, Watkins, writing under the pen name bell...

Thursday Nov 18th, 6:30pm - 6:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

Play- Based Curriculum in the Early Childhood Classroom

at Continuing Professional Studies at Bank -

Play- Based Curriculum in the Early Childhood Classroom (Preschool - 1st Grade) Participants will explore the role of play in a content-rich and developmentally appropriate classroom. We will discuss the theory and application of play as a medium for learning in young children; the assessment of behavior and content through play; and the creation...

Tuesday Nov 30th, 6:30pm - 8:30pm Eastern Time

  (2 sessions)
$295

2 sessions

Afterlives: Recovering the Lost Stories of Looted Art

at The Jewish Museum - Virtual Classroom

Join us for an online workshop that explores the exhibition Afterlives: Recovering the Lost Stories of Looted Art, currently on view at the Museum through January 9, 2002. The exhibition includes objects looted from Jewish collections during the World War II, including works by such renowned artists as Paul Cézanne, Marc Chagall, Paul Klee, Franz...

Thursday Dec 2nd, 5pm - 7pm Eastern Time

Memoir 1: Memorable Memoir Workshop

at Writing Pad -

Have you ever thought about turning your life’s trials and tribulations into a NY Times bestseller? In this seven-week Los Angeles Memoir Writing Workshop, 2x NY Times bestselling memoirist Wendy Lawless will share her secrets for turning your life’s twists and turns into lively drama! Her fun, all new in-class exercises will help you infuse your...

Saturday Oct 23rd, 11am - 1pm Eastern Time

  (6 sessions)
$364

6 sessions

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Reiki 1, The Entrance

This class is temporarily being offered remotely.

at New York Open Center - Online 00000

Reiki 1 is considered the entrance to the practice of Reiki. Throughout this series, you will learn practical ways of incorporating and integrating the Reiki system of energy healing into your life and offering it to yourself, family and friends: daily self-care treatment four initiating Attunements (Reiju) Reiki precepts, history and spiritual healing...

Wednesday Nov 3rd, 7pm - 9pm Eastern Time

  (5 sessions)
$365

5 sessions

Green Medicine: A 4-Month Training in Herbalism

at New York Open Center - Virtual Classroom

Herbal medicine has been in use for thousands of years, each culture having its own unique system based on the herbs of its bioregion. This course is taught with an ecological and bioregional perspective, focusing primarily on the herbs that grow in our region here in the Northeast. This is a comprehensive four-month certificate training that explores...

Monday Oct 25th, 7:45pm - 9:45pm Eastern Time

  (21 sessions)
$1,675

21 sessions

Microdosing: A Little Goes a Long Way

This class is temporarily being offered remotely.

at Liberate Hollywood -

The practice of microdosing - consuming small "sub perceptual" amounts of psychedelic substances to regulate mood, increase productivity and enhance creativity - has exploded in popularity in just a few years. People are now microdosing in order to address conditions such as anxiety, depression and OCD, among other things but there is still a lot...

Thursday Dec 16th, 7pm - 9pm Pacific Time

Reading the Qur’an: Law, Ethics, and Modernity

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research - Online Classroom

Reading the Qur’an: Law, Ethics, and Modernity “Read!” This is the very first word, the first injunction of the Qur’an. Although if one were to “read” (iqra) the Qur’an, as one reads any other book, you’d discover that the word appears, perhaps puzzlingly, in the 96th surah or “chapter” of the “book.” Traditionally understood...

Monday Nov 15th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

Portraits: Photography, Culture, and Representation

This class is temporarily being offered remotely.

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research - Online Classroom

The most common kind of photograph is the portrait. Wresting the means of representation from the hands of sculptors and painters, photography offers ordinary people the hope of recording and capturing themselves “as they really are.” Yet, if the photographic portrait makes self-representation possible on a mass scale, it also holds obvious appeal...

Thursday Nov 18th, 5pm - 8pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

The Death Drive: Psychoanalysis and Self-Destruction

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research - Online Classroom

“The aim of all life,” observed Sigmund Freud in 1920, “is death.” A century later, the so-called Death Drive remains perhaps the most controversial, misunderstood, and ominously relevant of all the intellectual legacies of Freudian psychoanalysis. Freud first formulated the idea of a Death Drive (or Death Instinct) to grapple with nightmares...

Sunday Nov 21st, 3pm - 6pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

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