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Learning programs for adults age 50 and better at the University of Pittsburgh Spring 2022 In-person + Online Course Catalog It’s Time for You!ONLINE REGISTRATION OPENS DECEMBER 1, 2021 • PHONE REGISTRATION OPENS DECEMBER 6, 2021 Spring 2022 Term Osher Lifelong Learning Institute University of PittsburghTABLE OF CONTENTS DATES AND DEADLINESWelcome 3 January 4 Tuesday mini-course series beginsMembership and January 5 Wednesday mini-course beginsRegistration 4 January 10 University courses beginScholarships 5 January 17 University closed (Martin Luther King birthday observance)Schedule at-a-glance 6, 7 January 21 Last day to add/drop audit coursesCourses by topic 8, 9OLLI Session 1 Courses 10 January 24 OLLI Session 1 beginsOLLI Session 2 Courses 18 February 26 OLLI Session 1 endsLectures, Special Events 26, 27 February 28– OLLI break (no OLLI courses meet) March 11General Information/Policies 28 March 11 University closed – Spring holidayHow to Audit UndergraduateCourses 29 March 14 OLLI Session 2 beginsFiscal Year 20/21 April 15 OLLI Session 2 endsBy the Numbers 30Instructor Biographies 31About OLLIThe Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is a program in the College of General Studies at theUniversity of Pittsburgh. Established in 2005, it is supported by the Bernard Osher Foundationand is one of 123 OLLIs located on college campuses throughout the United States. The NationalResource Center for Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes, located at the Northwestern University,provides technical assistance to the OLLI programs across the country
Mission/PurposeThe Osher Lifelong Learning Institute aspires to create a dedicated intellectual environment forolder adult students, nurturing a lifelong passion for learning. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institutefosters lifelong learning through courses and programs that engage the learner, provide socialinteraction, and enrich lives. OLLI’s faculty, which includes University of Pittsburgh professors andretired faculty, challenge participants to understand the cultural forces of today, to interact sociallyand intellectually with one another, and to live empowered lives
WELCOME to OLLI at Pitt! If you are age 50 or better and have a curious mind, join us! The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Pittsburgh offers learning opportunities designed specifically for older adult learners
Reasonable membership fees and generous financial assistance make OLLI membership possible for anyone who would like to join us. Upon becoming a member, you have immediate access to courses, special classes, lectures, and events
In the Spring 2022 term we have an exciting group of in-person and online courses and lectures, and events
Even more, including local tours, will be added in days to come. Our excellent teachers are from the University and also from the diverse and talent-filled Pittsburgh area and beyond
OLLI at Pitt members want you to know that they are a welcoming and friendly group. No previous affiliation with the University of Pittsburgh and no college experience is needed to become a member
We look forward to seeing you soon! It’s Time for YOU! OLLI.PITT.EDU |3 Membership and RegistrationAn active OLLI membership is required to register for courses How to Register Choose your membership The easiest and fastest way to register is to do Annual Membership – $225 so online at: https://www.campusce.net/ollipitt/ (after January 1st – $250) 1. SIGN IN to the OLLI Registration website using your (Covers Spring 2022, Summer 2022 and Fall 2022 Terms) username and password—OR—create an account if you do not already have one. Click on the “Sign In“ link in the Term Membership – $125 upper right-hand side of the page. (After putting in your (after January 1st – $150) username and password, you will know you are signed in (Covers Spring 2022 Term) if “Welcome,
There will be no refunds issued for membership 3. Proceed to Home Page and the Renew/Become a payments after January 15, 2022 unless OLLI Member area. ADD a membership to your cart if you cancels the term
need to purchase a membership
Membership includes access to unlimited in-person 4. Next, proceed to review courses of interest (From and online OLLI courses, lectures, special events Homepage click on OLLI Session #1, Session #2, OLLI and groups. Waiting lists for courses may apply Courses by Topic, Audit Courses, or Lectures and Events
Locate a desired course and click on “ADD TO CART.” depending on popularity, subject matter, (Note: you can review courses by day of week and/or topic or, if the course is in-person, the physical size of on the registration website.) If you do NOT see the blue the classroom assigned. Additionally, membership ADD TO CART button, you are either not signed into your includes two preapproved undergraduate account, or need to add a membership type to your cart courses for auditing. prior to selecting courses or registration has not yet begun
5. If more courses are desired after you add a course to your shopping cart, click: “CONTINUE SHOPPING” to locate additional courses and add to your shopping cart
6. After all courses have been selected, go to your shopping cart to complete the check-out process and pay for your membership, if necessary. Be sure to click through ALL Screens until completion of the process and the payment page, if necessary
NOTE: If you do not see an “Add to Cart” button under a course, there are three possible reasons. 1) Registration has not begun yet. 2) You are a paid, current member and In the Spring 2022 term have not signed in. (Check for “Welcome YourFirstName” we have planned an exciting in the top left-hand corner of the screen) 3) You are not a current member or your membership is expired and you group of both in-person and have not added a membership selection to your cart FIRST, before adding a course
online courses and events
Difficulties? If there are any difficulties with registrations, please leave a message on our main phone line: 412-624-7308 or email us at [email protected]
REGISTER AT: WWW.CAMPUSCE.NET/OLLIPITT/OLLI.PITT.EDU |4 Covid-19 PolicyWhile OLLI is set to have some in- Choose your favorite courses basedperson activities for spring term, on the topics, days, and times thatUniversity guidelines are in place toprevent the spread of Covid-19 and interest you!create a safe and healthy environment Courses are offered for your exploration,for everyone. Additionally, other enjoyment, or academic interests
facilities where OLLI courses are heldmay have their own Covid-19 policies. Academic – these courses are likeAll in-person courses are offered with undergraduate college courses with thethe understanding that they may be instructor lecturing most of the time
transitioned to an online course at any Exploration – more “hands on” orientedtime due to the status of coronavirus. courses: OR may be an academic topic primarilyIf this should occur, we will prepare to taught through interactive group discussion and practice
move the course online. There will be Enjoyment – most of class is spent with the students discussing theno refunds if this occurs as members topic, practicing a skill, or the primary purpose is for group sharingcan continue a course online if the and discussion
need presents. All OLLI members whoattend any OLLI course or event, onor off campus, or are on campus forany reason must follow the University’sor other facilities’ Covid-19 policies,including vaccination policies. Thosewho chose not to will face suspensionfrom the program
email contacts! By adding our email Everyone should have the Notification of your award and theaddresses to your list of contacts, opportunity to enjoy and amount of the award will be sentyou will ensure that you receive the participate in stimulating lifelong within one week of receipt of yourweekly, member exclusive, OLLI at Pitt learning. Scholarships for the application. Please contact the officeUpdates eNewsletter in your inbox. If Osher Lifelong Learning Institute to receive a scholarship application (OLLI) are based on financial need and for more information byyou don’t, our newsletter and possibly and are awarded to people age emailing [email protected]
your online course access emails may 50 and older who are interestedland in your junk/spam emails. in attending our program. TheEmail is the primary way we have NEW: scholarships partially offset theof informing you of special events cost of OLLI membership. All OLLI The Baldwin Projectand courses that come up after the members pay something toward a A generous donor hascatalog has been published. It is also membership, but our awards can provided funds specifically tothe way you receive course access make OLLI possible for those who provide scholarships to reduce might not otherwise be able to join. membership fees for black meninformation for online courses. Every that may need assistance andemail provider has a different way of Financial assistance is for one term who are underrepresented inadding contacts. and must be applied for each term. OLLI’s membership. The donor A simple application form is used requested the fund be namedRemember to contact the OLLI office and must be entirely completed “The Baldwin Project”. To joinif you have a change in your email to receive consideration. All OLLI using this fund, pleaseaddress. scholarship applications for Spring contact us at [email protected] or term 2022 must be received by call us at 412-624-7308
Monday, January 17, 2022
OLLI.PITT.EDU |3 5 SESSION 1 | SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE | SPRING 2022 IN-PERSON COURSES ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN PURPLE. ALL OTHER COURSES TAKEMONDAY, JANUARY 24 –SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2022 PLACE ONLINE
morningMONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY9–10 a.m. 10–11 a.m. 9–10 a.m. 10–11:30 a.m. 10–11:30 a.m
Better Balance! Steady Dance and Be Fit Gentle Yoga Broadway Deconstructed A Short History ofand Strong ROLAND FORD JILL CLARY SAM AND CANDY CAPONEGRO Reproductive RightsDIANE MARKOVITZ JULIA HUDSON-RICHARDS 10–11:30 a.m. 9:30–11:30 a.m. Drawing: The First Step10–11:30 a.m. Beginning Level French: Monotype Printmaking MELISSA TAI Kant’s Critique ofChina in the 21st Century: Present Tense Verbs Deep Dive Genetics: Its History, Pure ReasonProblems and Prospects CATHLEEN SENDEK-SAPP ANN ROSENTHAL Developments, and Impact GREGORY STROMSCOTT MCKNIGHT ´ JOSE JUVES Intermediate French America and the Holocaust 10–11:30 a.m
Mars: Past, Present, Part 1 The Boiling Republic: The Muckrakers, 1890-1920 Exploration: Talking aboutand Future BARBARA BURSTIN The Coming of the Civil War JOHN BURT the Past (Tense)STEPHEN LINDBERG JARED DAY CATHLEEN SENDEK-SAPP The History of England:10–11:50 a.m. According to William Urban Dream, Urban Love Stories: Ancient Shakespeare Nightmare 2: Los Angeles to MedievalThe Korean War ALAN IRVIN ORIN JAMESDAVID ALBERT ABBY MENDELSON The History of Physics 10–11:50 a.m
Climbing Your Family Tree: ELIZABETH BURNETTEBeginning Genealogy The American Politics ofMARILYN HOLT Healthcare Reform in Comparative Perspective11:30–12:30 p.m. ’ ’ JAVIER VAZQUEZ-D’ELIAChair YogaSUSAN GILLIS KRUMAN 10:15–11:15 a.m
Chakra Yoga All Levels JILL CLARYafternoonMONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY1–2:30 p.m. 1–2:30 p.m. 1–2:30 p.m. 1–2:30 p.m. 12:30–3:30 p.m
Beginner Spanish Advanced Intermediate Intermediate Spanish Advanced Conversational Movie CornucopiaKAREN GOLDMAN French Exploration: CAMILA PULGAR MACHADO AND Spanish ED BLANKUnderstanding Your Health Miscellaneous Topics MARIA FRANCO DE GOMEZ MARIA FRANCO DE GOMEZ CATHLEEN SENDEK-SAPP Modern and Post-modern Beginner WatercolorJENNIFER ROCCISANA1–2:50 p.m. August Wilson, Pittsburgher Short Fiction MELISSA TAI and Playwright, III MICHAEL HELFAND Traditional ChineseStonehenge to Hubble CHRISTOPHER RAWSON Zentangle in ColorDAVID NERO Medicine: Health and SATURDAY TED Talks SUE SCHNEIDER Harmony XLifestyle Reboot KATHY CALLAHAN 1–2:50 p.m. THALIA GRAY 9–10:00 a.m
MARY JO COSTELLO Understanding Scottish Mastering the Market: Zumba Gold A History of Modern France LISA SOBEK History 2 LOUISE MAYO Investing in a ComplexThe Past in our Presence: PETER GILMOREPreservation of Pittsburgh’s WorldHistoric Architecture 3–4:30 p.m. Stalinism: Industrialization, AARON LEAMANTRACY MYERS Getting the Most from WWII, and the Cold War 3–4:30 p.m
SUSAN GRUNEWALD Your iPad Divining Bette Midler:1–3:00 p.m. RICHARD FITZGIBBON 1:30–3 p.m. Queer Lives, Gay Icons andWatercolors with Six Plato’s Republic Top Opera Arias in Context Diva WorshipTubes: Series 2 SAMUEL DICKSON MARILYN EGAN TIM ZIAUKASELAINE BERGSTROM6–7:30 p.m
3–4:30 p.m. Women of Rock and Roll Contemporary Economic ROBERT JOYCEOrganized Crime Policy IssuesMARK SERGE JON HAVEMAN Ireland & Northern Ireland: Exploring the Politics and History of Conflict & Peacebuilding PAUL ADAMSOLLI.PITT.EDU |6 SESSION 2 | SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE | SPRING 2022 IN-PERSON COURSES ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN PURPLE. ALL OTHER COURSES TAKEMONDAY, MARCH 14 –FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2022 PLACE ONLINE
morningMONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY10–11:30 a.m. 9:30–10:50 a.m. 9–10 a.m. 10–11:30 a.m. 10–11:30 a.m
Local News: Stories from a China: from Confucius to Xi Gentle Yoga Down These Mean Streets: Angels and Demons inShifting Landscape CHARLES HEIR (continued) Tough Guys, Tough Stories the BibleRICH LORD 10–11:30 a.m. ABBY MENDELSON SANDRA COLLINSTake Your Garden to the 10–11 a.m. Drawing: The First Step A Financial-Economic View Forging a New Nation:Next Level Dance and Be Fit America in the Civil War (continued) of American HistoryDOUG OSTER ROLAND FORD and Reconstruction Era WILLIAM VAN LEAR FDR’s New Deal, 1932-194010–11:50 a.m
JARED DAY JOHN BURT History of Ancient Science Fantastic Fossils ADAM DAVISDublin at War: A Discussion Beginning Level French: Us vs. “Them”: Intergroupof Four Plays by Sean Present Tense Verbs STEPHEN LINDBERG Bias, Dynamics, and Intermediate FrenchO’Casey (continued) 10–11:50 a.m. Opportunities Exploration: Talking aboutALAN STANFORD America and the Holocaust DIJANA MUJKANOVIC‘ the Past (Tense) Dante’s Paradiso: a X Part 2 (continued)A Design Journey BARBARA BURSTIN Template for a Righteous,DANIEL BOYARSKI Just, and Happy Society The Crosstalk between PAOLO MONTEMAGGIThe Four Gospels in Art Physiology andDAVID BRUMBLE Pathological Conditions Right-wing Ideologies of the Human Body throughout the TwentiethWhat’s Philosophy RIMI HAZRA CenturyGood for? 10–11:50 a.m. ‘ ‘ JAVIER VAZQUEZ-D’ELIAJOSEPH GIVVIN Anti-Black Bias in the 10:15–11:15 a.m
11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. American Criminal Legal System Chakra Yoga All LevelsChair Yoga (continued)(continued) RALPH BANGS 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m
Best American Short Stories 2021 City Beautiful: The ADAM REGER Architecture of Oakland ROBERT JUCHA 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m
Death in the Name of God: Alphabets and Literacy Martyrs and Martyrdom SUSAN TODHUNTER REBECCA DENOVA Presocratic Philosophy GREGORY STROMafternoonMONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY1–2:20 p.m. 1–2:30 p.m. 1–2:30 p.m. 1–2:30 p.m. 12:30–3:30 p.m
Genomics and the Future Advanced Intermediate Intermediate Spanish Advanced Conversational French Exploration: Extraordinary Challengesof Health Care: A Precision (continued) Spanish ED BLANKMedicine Primer Miscellaneous Topics (continued) (continued) History of PhotographyMYLYNDA MASSART AND 1945-1995 Beginner WatercolorLUCAS BERENBROK Understanding the CHRISTINE LORENZ (continued) Reformation1–2:30 p.m. PETER GILMORE Women in Science Fiction: A Short Story SaladBeginner Spanish From Mary Shelley to DAVID WALTON William Faulkner, Sigourney Weaver(continued) American Author U.S. Presidents of the BRETT RUTHERFORD 1960s1–2:50 p.m. CLIFFORD JOHNSON 1–2:50 p.m Zentangle in Color JON HURWITZChristianity for a Post-Christian Context: (continued) Women and Reform Myths and Legends 1–2:50 p.m. 1810-1850The New Possibilities for of Ireland JOAN GUNDERSENFaith and Practice ALAN IRVINE Let’s Listen to the MoviesSCOTT HAGLEY JNO HUNT The Nun and the Poet:1–3:00 p.m
Watercolors with SixTubes: Series 2 X Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz and Octavio Paz CAMILA PULGAR MACHADO The End of Architecture 2 MATTHEW SCHLUEB(continued) 6–7:30 p.m
1–4:00 p.m Songs with a Message What is Cancer? StateDocumentary Films: NICHOLAS COLES of the Art Approaches toWhen Truth is Stranger Diagnosis, Prognosis andThan Fiction Personalized TreatmentDAVID SHIFREN EDWARD PROCHOWNIK OLLI.PITT.EDU |7 COURSES BY TOPIC | SPRING 2022 IN-PERSON COURSES ARE HIGHLIGHTEDClicking on each course title will take you to its course description in the catalog. IN PURPLE. ALL OTHER COURSES TAKE PLACE ONLINE
Art History and Architecture History, Classics and Philosophy City Beautiful: The Architecture of Oakland 22 Alphabets and Literacy 20 A Design Journey 18 America and the Holocaust Part 1 12 The End of Architecture 2 23 America and the Holocaust Part 2 20 The Four Gospels in Art 18 The Boiling Republic: The Coming of the Civil War 13 The Past in our Presence: Preservation of China: from Confucius to Xi 19 Pittsburgh’s Historic Architecture 11 FDR’s New Deal, 1932-1940 24 Forging a New Nation: America in the Civil WarFilm, Music and Theater and Reconstruction Era 22 Broadway Deconstructed 15 The History of England: According to William Shakespeare 12 Documentary Films: When Truth is Stranger Than Fiction 19 A History of Modern France 14 Dublin at War: A Discussion of Four Plays by History of Photography 1945-1995 23 Sean O’Casey 18 Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason 17 Extraordinary Challenges 25 The Korean War 10 Let’s Listen to the Movies 23 The Muckrakers, 1890-1920 15 Movie Cornucopia 17 Plato’s Republic 13 Songs with a Message 21 Presocratic Philosophy 20 Top Opera Arias in Context 15 A Short History of Reproductive Rights 17 Women of Rock and Roll 16 Stalinism: Industrialization, WWII, and the Cold War 15Fitness, Health and Self-Interest U.S. Presidents of the 1960s 24 Better Balance! Steady and Strong 10 Understanding Scottish History 2 13 Chair Yoga 10 Understanding the Reformation 21 Chakra Yoga All Levels 14 What’s Philosophy Good for? 18 Climbing Your Family Tree: Beginning Genealogy 10 Women and Reform 1810-1850 24 Dance and Be Fit (Session 1) 12 Dance and Be Fit (Session 2) 19 Language Studies Gentle Yoga 13 Advanced Conversational Spanish 16 Lifestyle Reboot 11 Advanced Intermediate French Exploration: Miscellaneous Topics 12 Take Your Garden to the Next Level 18 Beginner Spanish 11 TED Talks 13 Beginning Level French: Present Tense Verbs 12 Traditional Chinese Medicine: Health and Harmony 16 Intermediate French Exploration: Talking about the Past (Tense) 17 Zumba Gold 17 Intermediate Spanish 14OLLI.PITT.EDU |8 COURSES BY TOPIC | SPRING 2022 (continued) IN-PERSON COURSES ARE HIGHLIGHTEDClicking on each course title will take you to its course description in the catalog. IN PURPLE. ALL OTHER COURSES TAKE PLACE ONLINE
Literature and Creative Writing Religious Studies August Wilson: Pittsburgher and Playwright, III 13 Angels and Demons in the Bible 25 Best American Short Stories 2021 20 Christianity for a Post-Christian Context: The New Possibilities for Faith and Practice 19 Dante’s Paradiso: a Template for a Righteous, Just, and Happy Society 22 Death in the Name of God: Martyrs and Martyrdom 22 Down These Mean Streets: Tough Guys, Tough Stories 24 Love Stories: Ancient to Medieval 17 Science, Technology and Medicine Modern and Post-modern Short Fiction 14 The Crosstalk Between Physiology and the Pathological Condition of the Human Body 20 Myths and Legends of Ireland 21 Fantastic Fossils 22 The Nun and the Poet: Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz and Octavio Paz 21 Genetics: Its History, Developments, and Impact 15 A Short Story Salad 24 Genomics and the Future of Health Care: A Precision Medicine Primer 19 Urban Dream, Urban Nightmare 2- Los Angeles 14 Getting the Most from Your iPad 13 William Faulkner, American Author 21 The History of Physics 12 Women in Science Fiction: From Mary Shelley to Sigourney Weaver 23 Mars: Past, Present, and Future 10 Stonehenge to Hubble 11Math and Economics Understanding Your Health 11 A Financial-Economic View of American History 25 What is Cancer? State of the Art Approaches to Diagnosis, Prognosis and Personalized Treatment 23 Mastering the Market: Investing in a Complex World 16Political, Social Sciences and Society Visual & Performing Arts The American Politics of Healthcare Reform Beginner Watercolor 16 in Comparative Perspective 14 Drawing: The First Step 15 Anti-Black Bias in the American Criminal Legal System 20 Monotype Printmaking Deep Dive 13 China in the 21st Century: Problems and Prospects 10 Watercolors with Six Tubes: Series 2 11 Contemporary Economic Policy Issues 15 Zentangle in Color 14 Divining Bette Midler: Queer Lives, Gay Icons and Diva Worship 16 Ireland & Northern Ireland: Exploring the Politics and History of Conflict & Peacebuilding 15 Local News: Stories from A Shifting Landscape 18 Organized Crime 12 Right-wing Ideologies Throughout the Twentieth Century 22 Us vs. “Them”: Intergroup Bias, Dynamics, and Opportunities 24 OLLI.PITT.EDU |9 OLLI Course DescriptionsSession 1: Monday, January 24–Saturday, February 26, 2022 key topics: trade and technology, Climbing Your Family Tree: MONDAY China’s political system, its foreign Beginning Genealogy* policies, the country’s vast—and IN-PERSON COURSE9–10 a.m. growing—energy needs, as well as issues on China’s periphery, notably This 4-week course provides anBetter Balance! Steady in Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Taiwan. introduction to the process involvedand Strong in searching for family roots
Academic • Scott McKnight Beginning with information gatheringAre you looking for an exercise from family tradition and oral historyprogram designed to improve your Mars: Past, Present, interviews, the methodology ofeveryday life? This course, led by and Future recording, organizing, and storinga physical therapist, will focus on Since historical times, the planet Mars your family history is reviewed
balance and core strengthening has been the focus of intense research Resources discussed includeexercises. Come join the fun and learn and curiosity. Studied by Aristotle, census schedules, vital records anda program designed to improve your Galileo, Tyco, Kepler and the eminent courthouse resources, church andposture and daily function while also astronomer Percival Lowell; there has cemetery records, and immigrationdecreasing your risk of falls and injury. been no other planet or object within and naturalization
No special equipment needed, and our solar system that has generatedmost of the exercises are completed Academic • Marilyn Holt such interest. Through the use ofstanding. No part of the program modern probes and surface rovers weinvolves getting up and down from 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m
now have a clearer understanding ofthe floor. This program is suitable for the enigmatic planet Mars. This classbeginners yet appropriate for those Chair Yoga will present an overview of the historywith more exercise experience as it of exploration, characteristics and This gentle form of yoga is practicedcan be adapted to fit individual needs. recent discoveries of the most Earth- using a chair as a prop/stabilizerEnjoyment • Diane Markovitz like planet in the solar system: Mars! for support during standing poses or adapted for sitting on a Academic • Stephen Lindberg10–11:30 a.m. chair. It is especially beneficial for people concerned with balance or 10–11:50 a.m. coordination issues or those who haveChina in the 21st Century:Problems and Prospects felt they are unable to participate in The Korean War other yoga experiences. The classHow did China, a country beset by IN-PERSON COURSE includes poses for strength training,war, unrest and poverty, become an mobility in the joints and more The Korean War has long been calledincreasingly wealthy and globally relaxing poses to help steady the the forgotten war, but recent eventsrelevant country over the past four mind. Opportunities to intensify, with have rekindled interest in learningdecades? How has China’s single- modifications to make the poses more something about the first war thatparty state, which came to power in accessible, will be offered throughout America didn’t win. The course will1949 to form the People’s Republic the course so that participants learn look at the political and diplomaticof China, been able to adapt—and to adapt to their personal situations events that led to the conflict, theindeed thrive—when so many other and comfort as well as challenge geography of the war, and some ofsingle-party states have stagnated or themselves. The course is appropriate the key personalities involved andcollapsed? What does China’s rise and for all levels
how they influenced the progress ofall its attendant impacts—economic, the war. It also will look at the key Enjoyment • Susan Gillis Krumanpolitical and environmental—mean campaigns and the eventual outcome
for the rest of the world and for theUnited States in particular? This five- Academic • David Albertpart lecture series will analyze the“rise” of China, focusing on several10 | OLLI.PITT.EDU * LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE
Course Catalog It’s Time for You! TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome 3 Membership and Registration 4 Scholarships 5 Schedule at-a-glance 6, 7 The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) is a program in the College of General Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. Established in 2005, it is supported by the Bernard Osher Foundation
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