Complete List of Past Courses by Location

Complete list of Yale Alumni College Courses by Location

 

New Haven, CT

The Age of Einstein, Professor Frank Firk – Fall 2012

Walt Whitman Poet of Democracy, Professor Alan Trachtenberg – Fall 2012

Is There A Crisis in Higher Education? Professor Michael Holquist – Fall 2012

The Canterbury Tales:  General Prologue and Five Tales, Professor Traugott Lawler – Fall 2012

Milton’s Paradise Lost, Professor Annabel Patterson – Fall 2012

Doomed Loves, Professor Annabel Patterson – Spring 2013

The Poetry of Yeats, Professor Traugott Lawler – Spring 2013

The Canterbury Tales:  General Prologue and Five Tales, Professor Traugott Lawler – Fall 2013

A History of the English Language, Professor Fred Robinson – Fall 2013

The Health Care Crisis: How it Rose, and what is to be Done, Professor John Hughes – Fall 2013

Vikings at Home and Away, Professor Anders Winroth – Fall 2013

Ulysses, Professor Traugott Lawler – Spring 2014

The Artistry and Meaning of American Silver, Professor John Stuart Gordon – Spring 2014

Regulating Life: The Law of Bioethics from Before the Cradle to After the Grave, Professor Stephen Latham – Spring 2014

Jane Austen: Four Novels, Professor Traugott Lawler – Fall 2014

Philosophical Arguments in Bioethics, Professor Stephen Latham – Fall 2014

A History of the English Language, Professor Fred Robinson – Fall 2014

Dickens: Three Novels, Professor Traugott Lawler – Spring 2015

The Mystery of Sleep, Professor Meir Kryger – Fall 2015

Vanity Fair and Middlemarch: Two Nineteenth-Century Blockbusters, Professor Traugott LawlerFall 2015

Opera in Cinema, Professor Judith Malafronte – Fall 2015

Telling Right from Wrong: Modern Ethical Theories, Professor Stephen Latham – Fall 2015

Opera in Cinema, Professor Judith Malafronte – Spring 2016

Drawing the Human Figure, Lisa Hess-Hesselgrave ’85 MFA - Spring 2016

Animal Ethics, Stephen Latham- Fall 2016

Emily Dickinson: 150 Poems, Traugott Lawler- Fall 2016

Drawing Fundamentals, Lisa Hess-Hesselgrave ’85 MFA – Fall 2016

Opera in Cinema, Professor Judith Malafronte – Fall 2016

How to Use Your Mind to Enhance Your Health, Wendy Hurwitz – Spring 2017    

The American West, John Mack Faragher- Spring 2017

Drawing Fundamentals, Lisa Hess-Hesselgrave ’85 MFA – Spring 2017

Opera in Cinema, Professor Judith Malafronte – Spring 2017

Facing the Challenge of a New Age: Understanding and Confronting Prejudice and Discrimination, Howard Burgwell – Fall 2017

Dante's Inferno Part 1of 2, Traugott Lawler – Fall 2017

Cinema of War, Murray Biggs – Fall 2017

 

Greenwich, CT

Opera on Screen, Professor Judith Malafronte – Fall 2013

Opera in Cinema, Professor Judith Malafronte – Spring 2014

The Health Care Crisis: How it Rose, and what is to be Done, Professor Ted Marmor and Professor John Hughes – Spring 2014

The Art of Performance in Africa, Professor Frederick Lamp – Fall 2014

Opera in Cinema, Professor Judith Malafronte – Fall 2014

Opera in Cinema, Professor Judith Malafronte – Spring 2015

 

Hartford, CT

The Art of Performance in Africa, Professor Frederick Lamp – Fall 2014

 

 New York City

Walt Whitman Poet of Democracy, Professor Alan Trachtenberg – Fall 2012

Is There A Crisis in Higher Education? Professor Michael Holquist Fall 2012

A History of Christian Architecture, Professor John Cook – Fall 2012

The Health Care Crisis: How it Rose, and what is to be Done, Professor Ted Marmor and Professor John Hughes – Spring 2013

A History of the English Language, Professor Fred Robinson – Spring 2013

The European Literary Tradition: Tragic Drama, Gordon Turnbull ’86 PhD – Fall 2013

Great Russian Short Stories, Professor Michael Holquist – Fall 2013

The European Literary Tradition: Comic Drama, Gordon Turnbull ’86 PhD – Spring 2014

The Mystery of Sleep, Professor Meir Kryger – Spring 2014

Shakespeare & Verdi, Professor Judith MalafronteSpring 2014

America’s Misunderstood Welfare State: Myth, Reality, and Social Insurance, Professor Ted Marmor – Spring 2014

America and the World: the World and America, Kieke Okma – Spring 2014

The European Literary Tradition: Tragic Drama, Gordon Turnbull ’86 PhD – Fall 2014

Opera in Cinema, Professor Judith Malafronte – Fall 2014

Goethe's Faust, Professor Jeffery Sammons – Fall 2014

The Nature of Narrative, Professor Michael Holquist – Fall 2014

The European Literary Tradition: Comic Drama, Gordon Turnbull ’86 PhD – Spring 2015

America and the World: the World and America, Kieke Okma – Spring 2015

Roots of Modern Literary Criticism 1915-2015, Professor Michael Holquist – Spring 2015

Opera in Cinema, Professor Judith Malafronte – Spring 2015

Fiction, the Monstrous, and the Limits of the Human, Gordon Turnbull ’86 PhD – Fall 2015

The Beatles and Their Legacy, Mark Spicer ’01 PhD – Fall 2015

Fiction, the Monstrous, and the Limits of the Human, Gordon Turnbull ’86 PhD – Spring 2016

What is a Classic? Professor Michael Holquist – Spring 2016

Hearing Voices: Modern Poets in Disguise, Paul Kane ’90 PhD – Spring 2016

The Beatles and Their Legacy part 2, Mark Spicer ’01 PhD – Fall 2016

Architecture, Mark Hesselgrave – Fall 2016

How to Use Your Mind to Enhance Your Health, Wendy Hurwitz – Fall 2016

How to Use Your Mind to Enhance Your Health, Wendy Hurwitz – Spring 2017

Innocence and Experience in British Romanticism, Priscilla Gillman – Spring 2017

Emerson’s Circle: Transcendentalism in America, Paul Kane – Spring 2017

In the Beatles Wake, Mark Spicer – Fall 2017

Reading Australia, Paul Kane – Fall 2017

Jane Eyre and Great Expectations, Priscilla Gilman – Fall 2017

Paradise Lost, Priscilla Gilman – Fall 2017

 

 Rye, NY

The Mystery of Sleep, Professor Meir Kryger – Spring 2015

Shakespeare & Verdi: Three Masterpieces, Professor Judith MalafronteFall 2015

An Introduction to the Psychology of C.G. Jung and its Relevance to the Second Half of Life, Kendrick Norris ’77 MDiv – Spring 2016

How to Use Your Mind to Enhance Your Health, Wendy Hurwitz – Spring 2017

 

Princeton, NJ

Current Constitutional Controversies in the Courts, Professor Keith Whittington – Spring 2015

Wordplay, Professor Joshua Katz – Fall 2015

How to Read a Photograph, Professor Michael Jennings – Spring 2016

The Music of the Viennese Classical Style:  Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Professor Scott Burnham- Fall 2016

Cities and Social Change, Esther da Costa Meyer -  Spring 2017

Shakespeare on Love, Leonard Barkan – Fall 2017

 

 Washington DC

Reconstruction and the Legacy of the Civil War, Brian Matthew Jordan ’13 PhD – Fall 2014

An Introduction to the Civil War Era, Brian Matthew Jordan ’13 PhD – Spring 2015

The Founding of the American Republic, 1787-1815: Major Issues, Major Controversies, Professor James M. Banner, Jr Fall 2016

Economics, Politics and the Arab World, Professor Paul Sullivan- Fall 2016

A Global Tour of Economics, Politics, Culture and International Relations (Part 1), Paul Sullivan – Fall 2017

America and the Collapse of World Order:  Reflections on Past and Present, Robert Kagan – Fall 2017

Classics of Historical Thought and Literature, James Banner – Fall 2017

 

San Diego, CA

Pirates: Fact, Fiction and History, Professor Mark Hanna Fall 2016

Kingship and Revolution in the Age of Shakespeare, Abraham Stoll – Fall 2017

 

 Atlanta

The Art of The Short Story, Professor Walter Reed – Spring 2017

Russian History and Literature, Robert Miller – Fall 2017

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