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Joshua Yarden
Becoming Moses: Part I*
Somewhere in Between
Hearing Voices: Counterpoint in the Epic of Moses
Questioning Tradition
A Band of Brothers and the Herd Mentality
Joseph: Fallen Hero Rising
Calming the Tempest of Religious Strife
Jacobs's Struggle
The Undoing of Abraham
Torah on a Mobius Strip
As this Year Goes Out
Darwin in the Garden
What Fruit Grows on the Tree of Knowledge?
Reclaining Liberty Part II: Schools & our Children
Reclaining Liberty
What Does a Dove Know?
Rendering (and Riffing on) Ecclesiastes
Marginal Lives
Frederick William Zackel
Thomas Pynchon Makes Me Giggle
God Is A Tool And A Weapon
The Devil Still Pirouettes Among Us
Gods And Penises
Tis The Season We Commence
Ratcheting Our Way Up The Evolutionary Latter
Lying In Front Of The Kids
Willie Noir and the Consequences of Sin
Epiphany At The Waterhole, Part 3
Epiphany At The Waterhole, Part 2
Mark Twain, The N Word, And Compassion
Epiphany At The Water Hole (Part 1)
Olivia Zhu
Who Can Afford to Call 911?
Surname Extinction
A Haiku Primer and Sea Slugs
Chiyo-ni, Issa, and Their Children
A Litany of Images
“Sad Steps” toward a Sedate Style
Ignatz on Road Trip
Return to a May Swenson Poem
What everyone is Getting Wrong about Predictive Policing
Johnny . Reilly, Being Free
Old King in the New World: Restraint and Art in 'Madame X'
Randolyn Zinn
An Interview with Jeffrey Renard Allen
Postcard from Spain #3 - Arcos De La Fontera Part 2
Postcard from Spain #2
Postcard from Spain
Six Dreams
Martin Moran's "All the Rage"
Ed Bilous: 21st Century Music Man
This Beautiful Book: An interview with novelist Helen Schulman
Pina: A Film By Wim Wenders
Director's Notes: Exploring Our Town
Karen Swenson's Trek Through Poetry And The Wide World
Fortune Favors The Bold
Somebody Nailed My Dress to the Wall
FASTER, TERPSICHORE, FASTER! On Frederick Wiseman’s new documentary La Danse: The Paris Opera Ballet (Zipporah Films)
Stamp Your Feet. Hard.

Think you know all there is to know about Frankenstein? Monsters? Insane scientists? Animal testing? Think again! You may be very surprised in this course which tackles the foundational works that have remained part of our cultural subconscious. This class is a brief survey of the origins of British Gothic literature. Students begin their study of this subgenre with Mary Shelley’s landmark story of a mad doctor and his creation. This seminal work stands alone. Students will be fascinated and challenged by Frankenstein and will wrestle with a number of difficult questions including the role of science, the ethics of scientific work, and the love (or lack thereof) of a creator for his creation. Robert Louis Stevenson’s short stories and cultural mainstay The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde poses further thought-provoking questions regarding friendship, worldview, and responsibility. The students’ journey continues with . Wells’ surreal and compelling The Island of Doctor Moreau , another tale that forces students to think about ethical choices. Daphne DuMaurier’s Rebecca and Susan Hill’s The Woman in Black are gripping tales. The semester ends with the enormously popular classic A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. This is a highly interactive class with lots of discussion. The course includes discussion questions, vocabulary quizzes, projects, and two papers. Because of the dialogue nature of this class, a functioning microphone will be needed. Special Note: Students can combine this class with the spring semester course entitled American Gothics to create a full year course experience which could be coined as “Survey of Gothic Literature.”

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