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Lifelong Learning Institute

The Nova Southeastern University Lifelong Learning Institute (LLI) and the David Posnack JCC are pleased to announce an educational partnership that brings classes sponsored by the LLI to the Center this fall.
-Topics are humanities-based, university-level and include history, politics, art, literature, music, science and more.
-Professors and other experts lead the lectures.

 

 

CLASS DATES
January 17-March 21 | Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Includes eight classes 
COST: DPJCC Members $10 per class | $70 per 8-part series
Community $15 per class | $80 for 8-part series

Monthly January-April  | Mondays from 10:30-11:30 a.m.
American Cultural History: 1940s through the '90s with Vincent Toscano, Ph.D.
COST: DPJCC Members $10 per class | $30 per 4-part series
Community $15 per class | $40 for 4-part series

For information call 954.434.0499 or email lkirschenbaum@dpjcc.org

To register, visit http://nova.edu/nsudpjcclli


Winter 2018 Lifelong Learning Classes 

Wednesdays:

Wednesday, January 17— Vietnam: Then and Now with Helene Herman

Wednesday, January 24—The Habsburg Empire of Central Europe: Budapest, Vienna and Prague with Missy Dore, Ed.D.

Wednesday, February 7—Current State of Politics with Charles Zelden, Ph.D.

Wednesday, February 14—Dirtiest Election Ever: Jefferson vs. Adams in 1800 with Rebecca Stanton-Reinstein, Ph.D.

Wednesday, February 21—Ellis Island – The Immigrant Experience with Steve Schlesinger

Wednesday, March 7—Theater in the Time of Shakespeare with Vernon Dickson, Ph.D.

Wednesday, March 14—History of Forensic Science with Stephen Singer, J.D.

Wednesday, March 21—False Confessions with Stephen Singer, J.D.

LOCATION: David Posnack Jewish Community Center | 5850 S. Pine Island Road, Davie
COST: DPJCC Members $10 per class | $70 per 8-part series
Community $15 per class | $80 for 8-part series
Cash, checks made out to NSU-LLI and credit cards accepted at the door or checks may be mailed to:
NSU Lifelong Learning Institute • Attn: Linda Maurice • 3301 College Avenue • Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314

Mondays:

American Cultural History: 1940s through the '90s with Vincent Toscano, Ph.D.

Monday, January 29— No Ordinary Time: Adjustments and Readjustments
in American Life Following WWII, 1941-1952

Monday, February 26— It Was the Best of Times, It was the Worst of Times:
Affluence and Unease in a Schizophrenic Era, 1952-1964

Monday, March 26— Coming Apart: America in the Sixties, 1963-1975

Monday, April 23— Disillusionment and Mythic Revival: Legacies of Turmoil,
1974-1990

Vincent Toscano holds a bachelor of arts degree from Muhlenberg College, a master of arts degree from Seton
Hall University and a doctorate from SUNY Albany. He worked at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY from
1965-1968. At Marist he served as assistant vice president for academic affairs and dean of the School of Liberal
Arts. Professor Toscano retired as an associate professor of history. Two years later he was named Heritage
Professor of History by the College Board of Trustees.

LOCATION: David Posnack Jewish Community Center | 5850 S. Pine Island Road, Davie
COST: DPJCC Members $10 per class | $30 per 4-part series
Community $15 per class | $40 for 4-part series
Cash, checks made out to NSU-LLI and credit cards accepted at the door or checks may be mailed to:
NSU Lifelong Learning Institute • Attn: Linda Maurice • 3301 College Avenue • Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314

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