Illinois in the Great War
Review the role of the state and soldiers from the state played in the first word war on the occasion of the century of their deployment to France in 1918.
Instructor: Chris McDonald
Date: Wed., 10/11/17
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Location: LLCC Taylorville, room 1120
Course Code: CEW 400-11 (ages 19 & over) / YES 400-02 (ages 15-18)
The Life and Times of King Tut
Few topics are more fascinating and more mysterious than Ancient Egypt. There is the story of the Egyptian “craze” of the 1920s that has never really left us – as Egyptian motifs and aspects of that great culture started to merge into the consciousness of modern man. We still want to “walk like an Egyptian”… Deepen your knowledge of King Tut and the Egypt created by his grandfather and father, Akhenaton. The mystery surrounding a culture that lived in two worlds: this and the one to come – ever preparing for the needs of the next life. Discussion will include the tomb, artifacts and other discoveries.
Instructor: Robert Zarillo
Date: Wed, 10/18/17
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Location: Montgomery Hall, room 1143/44
Course Code: CEW 400-09 (ages 19 & over)
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