ICMS Lifelong Learners Center

Spring 2019 Course Offerings
 
The Institute for Classical and Medieval Studies announces two new courses for the spring 2019 semester! Enrollment is open to anyone in the Buffalo community interested in learning. No papers or tests, but much good discussion! Courses are not part of any Canisius College degree program.
All classes meet in Science Hall 1017 on the Canisius campus. Parking available. Each six-session course costs $60.
Easy registration and payment (credit, debit, or check) through the Canisius ICMS Marketplace. For questions, contact Dr. Kathryn Williams, Classics Department Chair, at willia94@canisius.edu or 716.888.2713.

From Odysseus to Harry Potter:

     The Evolution of the Hero

Dr. Robert Butler, Emeritus Professor

Canisius Department of English

1992 Kenneth L. Koessler Distinguished Faculty Award Recipient

Thursdays, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Course begins: February 7

DUE TO THE WINTER STORM, THIS COURSE WILL MEET FOR ITS FIRST CLASS ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7. THE FINAL CLASS WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, MARCH 14. IF YOU HAVEN’T REGISTERED, THERE IS STILL TIME!!

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Medieval Art & Architecture

Instructor: Eileen Sullivan, MA, Adjunct Professor,

Canisius Dept. of Fine Arts and Art History

Aurora Art Conservation, Paintings Conservator

Wednesdays, 5:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Course begins: March 6

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      Previous ICMS Course Offerings:

Fall 2019

 

       Crown, Sword, and Charter:  Making the Monarchy

          Instructor: Dr. Julie Gibert, Department of History                                                               Course Description

The Seven Wonders: Ancient & Modern 

  Instructor: Dr. Erin Warford, Department of Classics

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SPRING 2018

The Great Persian War: Ancient Greek Influence on Modern Attitudes of War
Instructor: Dr. Thomas Banchich, Professor Emeritus,
Departments of Classics and History                                                                                                                                         2017 Kenneth L. Koessler Distinguished Faculty Award Recipient

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