Wednesdays, February 26 – April 1 (6 weeks), 10:00 – 11:30 am –
Dr. Sibelman will lecture about six of his favorite things, providing an eclectic, personal reflection on a life of teaching, travel, and research. Subjects include:
- Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
- Ham House (Richmond, Surrey, England)
- Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry and what this prayer book tells us about the late Middle Ages
- Prague, the Paris of Central Europe
- Krakow, the Royal City
- Le Memorial de Troyes and the Mémorial de al Déportation and what they reveal about France’s relationship with World War II.
Instructor: Dr. Simon Sibelman is a Professor Emeritus of French at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and the Professor Emeritus of French and Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies at Appalachian State University.
Location: Springfield Museums (D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts), 21 Edwards Street, Springfield
(Free parking is available)
- Option I – Six classes: $95 JCC and Springfield Museum members, $115 general public
- Option II – Choice of any three classes: $55 JCC and Springfield Museum members, $65 general public
Co-sponsored by the Museum School at the Springfield Museums