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Anthropology and Ethnography: an Introduction

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Anthropology is at once a contested and vital field of study and inquiry. Still hotly debated is a basic question: what is the scope of anthropological inquiry? Modern anthropologists no longer divide the world, as their 19th-century forebears did, into a sociological “West” and an anthropological “rest of the world,” its “backwardness”...

Sunday Feb 5th, 2pm - 5pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)

$315

4 sessions

Reading Fiction

at Alaa Al Aswany Creative Writing Workshop -

This workshop teaches the tools to appreciate literary works and learn from accomplished writers from around the world. Students learn to interpret fiction, recognize underlying themes, decipher writing techniques, and analyze the human content of each story. Through readings, writing exercises, and class discussions, we examine works by such diverse...

Monday Feb 27th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

 (5 sessions)

$675

5 sessions

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Fredric Jameson: What is Postmodernism?

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

“The postmodern,” writes Marxist literary and cultural theorist Fredric Jameson, “is the force field in which very different kinds of cultural impulses . . . must make their way.” Adapted from a New Left Review essay of the same name, Jameson’s Postmodernism, or The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism is an ambitious account of how the postmodern...

Monday Mar 6th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)

$315

4 sessions

Hannah Arendt: The Human Condition

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

What does it mean to be human in the world today? Hannah Arendt’s The Human Condition (1958) is a provocative treatise on what it means to live on earth and share the world in common. Her study, originally intended to be titled Amor Mundi (Love of the World), investigates the central activities of human life—labor, work, action—and their corresponding...

Tuesday Mar 7th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)

$315

4 sessions

Reading Fiction in Arabic

at Alaa Al Aswany Creative Writing Workshop -

In this class, students learn the rules of literary appreciation and study a range of classical and modern literary works by great writers. Students will learn the different methods of literary analysis with its five elements (story - characters - style - plot - human content) and they will practice critical reading comparing different texts...This...

Wednesday Mar 1st, 3:30pm - 6:30pm Eastern Time

 (5 sessions)

$675

5 sessions

Creative Writing Weekly via Zoom

at The Writing Studio -

In this class, you will learn first and foremost that you can write—and write well! In fact you will surprise yourself by the work you’ll be producing. The class is designed to enhance your creativity, imagination and personal voice while also teaching the skills of creative writing—memoir and fiction. This is an ongoing...

Wednesday Feb 1st, 10am - 1pm Pacific Time

 (4 sessions)

$200

4 sessions

Spiritual Fragarnce of Islam

at One Spirit Learning Alliance -

For centuries Islamic sages have spent a lifetime meditating on verses of the Qur’an and sayings of the Prophet Muhammad. From these heartfelt reflections, there has evolved a collection of timeless wisdom embodied in oral sayings and written literature. These priceless insights and practices can help guide a spiritual seeker to find meaning and...

Tuesday Jan 31st, 7pm - 9pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)

$100

4 sessions

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Mesopotamia: Civilization, Archaeology

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Mesopotamia: Civilization, Archaeology, and Material Culture What qualifies as a “civilization”? And why is Mesopotamia commonly called its “cradle”? Art, agriculture, and animal husbandry all pre-existed the settlements that dotted the “fertile crescent” between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. But it was there, amongst the cities of...

Wednesday Feb 1st, 12pm - 3pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)

$315

4 sessions

Life in a Dish: an Introduction to Cellular Biology

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

When Robert Hooke discovered the cell in 1665, modern science acquired an enduring metaphor: the cell as the building block of life. Since then, cell theory has evolved three central tenets: the cell is the basic unit of life, all living organisms are composed of cells, and all cells come from other cells. But cells themselves have also come to be...

Tuesday Mar 7th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)

$315

4 sessions

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Reading the Odyssey

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Homer’s Odyssey tells the tale of a mortal who suffers and who comes to know the “cities and minds” of humans. The travels and ordeals of Odysseus, as he moves from the ruins of Troy to the new civic possibilities of Ithaca, elaborate two constitutive myths: the first is the tale of the hero’s homecoming—the nostos, or “mindful return”—in...

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$315

4 sessions

A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Complete Course Title: A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing: an Introduction to Marx In the mid-nineteenth century, a young Karl Marx wrote, in the form of a published open letter to Arnold Ruge: “But if the designing of the future and the proclamation of ready-made solutions for all time is not our affair, then we realize all the more clearly...

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$315

4 sessions

The Spanish Civil War through Films and Literature II

at Easy Español -

The Spanish Civil War is without a doubt the most dramatic and transcendental episode in the history of Spain during the twentieth century. And as a prelude to World War II, it also had deep international repercussions. Likewise, from the beginning this armed conflict left an impact in the artistic community, as we can see reflected in such works...

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$185

6 sessions

Confronting Challenging Texts

at 92nd Street Y -

How do we live with sacred text when it contradicts with our values of egalitarianism and inclusivity? In this queer-affirming class, we will explore historical and contemporary texts that respond to exclusionary and troubling texts. No previous text study necessary, all are welcome.

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$54

3 sessions

James Joyce: Ulysses

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

The archetypal novel of high modernism, James Joyce’s Ulysses attempts to synthesize the life of a city, the afterlives of previous literary styles, and the entirety of the Western canon as it stood in the early twentieth century. Since its original publication when it was serialized in the Little Review from March 1918 to March...

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$315

4 sessions

Reading Edith Wharton: On the Cusp of the Modern

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Born into the apex of Gilded Age New York, Edith Wharton subverted the conventions of upper-class womanhood to fashion herself into one New York society’s most subtle and skillful chroniclers—and critics. Beyond her fine eye for interiors and social manners, Wharton was also, in Edmund Wilson’s words, a “passionate social prophet,” employing...

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$315

4 sessions

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