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 Register for Spring 2014 classes now by clicking here

Class Start Date Schedule for Spring 2014
January 7     The Search for Values
January 8     Hearing Music and Taijiquan I
January 13   Drugs and the Brain
January 27   The World of Literature
January 30   Russian Novel: Master & Margarita
February 4   Mindfulness (SORRY, THIS CLASS IS FULL)
February 5   Brigham Young
February 10 World War I
(SORRY, THIS CLASS IS FULL--but we have another session that starts March 24th!*)
February 12 Neuroscience of the Mind and Brain
February 20 Plato and Freud
March 4       Protocol Skills
March 5       Taijiquan II
March 17     American Realism
March 19     Christianity Before Christianity:Paul’s Letters
*March 24   The Road to World War I (extra class being offered Mar 24-Apr 14)
April 1         History of Country Music
April 7         Memphis History
April 8         African Art
April 16       Jews in French Literature
April 28       Shakespeare on Stage & Film
June 2         Movies at the Meeman 

We will also offer a class called Great Decisions in American Foreign Policy. (This class is NOT listed in our Spring 2014 brochure.)  The class fee is $200, plus $25 for materials and is held on the main campus in Buckman 110, Thursday evenings from 6-8pm.

The dates and topics are as follows:
January 9 with Professor Andrew Michta: Afghanistan
January 16 with Professors Esen Kirdis and Barron Boyd: Israel and the US
January 23 with Professor Kimberly Kasper: Food and Climate
January 30 with Professor Chien-Kai Chen (Kai): China
February 6 with Professor Steve Ceccoli : Trade
February 13 with Professor Jen Sciubba: Energy
February 20 with Professor Esen Kirdis: Turkey
February 27 with Professor Amy Risley: Islamic Awakening

You may register online or call our office at 843-3965.

Classes are held at the Meeman Center    
located in Dorothy C. King Hall,
at the corner of North Parkway and University
(just across from Rhodes' main campus) unless specified otherwise.

 Meeman Center at Rhodes promotes the College's commitment to lifelong learning. Our unique continuing education courses
are in the liberal arts tradition, taught by Rhodes professors and distinguished guests.
Here you will find the extraordinary Rhodes quality without pressure of tests, papers, or grades.

 The Meeman Center for Lifelong Learning...
It's more than taking a class.  It's an enduring experience!





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