Reading Through the Millennia

REVISED 2/15/00

The nature of this course is such that only the most general outline of activities can be provided. This schedule is a work in progress.

Jan. 18 Millennial Introductions
Jan. 20 Gould's Questioning the Millennium
Jan. 25 Gould's Questioning the Millennium

Jan. 27 Vergil's Aeneid
Feb. 1 Vergil's Aeneid
Feb. 3 Vergil's Aeneid
Feb. 8 Vergil's Aeneid
Feb. 10 Vergil's Aeneid
Feb. 15 Vergil's Aeneid
Feb. 17 Vergil's Aeneid
Feb. 22 Vergil's Messianic Eclogue

Feb. 24 Vergil's Aeneid
Feb. 29  Leap Day Radio Show
Mar. 2 Guest Speaker Dr. William Napiwocki
Mar. 7 Dante's Inferno. Vergil paper due.
Mar. 9 Dante's Inferno
Mar. 14-16 Spring Break
Mar. 21 Dante's Inferno
Mar. 23 Dante's Inferno
Mar. 28 Dante's Inferno
Mar. 30 Dante's Inferno
Apr. 4 Dante's Inferno
Apr. 6 No class.

Apr. 11 Clark's 2001: A Space Odyssey Inferno paper due.
Apr. 13 Clark's 2001: A Space Odyssey
Apr. 18 SCOT'S DAY
Apr. 20 Clark's 2001: A Space Odyssey
Apr. 25 Clark's 2001: A Space Odyssey
Apr. 27 Clark's 2001: A Space Odyssey
May 2 Clark's 2001: A Space Odyssey 2001 paper due.
May 4 Public Presentation of Web Project
May 9 Final Meeting: Dinner and Evaluation.6 P.M. 

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