T C 125K • Perspectives on Creativity
7:00 PM-9:30 PM
For seven consecutive Wednesday evenings, the faculty will discuss creativity with each other and with the audience. Our topics will include creativity in the arts, of course, but also in science, law, engineering and in the exercise of leadership. A detailed schedule of topics and speakers will be posted on the web before the course begins. Course will meet January 25 to March 8. Faculty members include: Philip Bobbitt (US Con Law), Betty Sue Flowers (poetry of democracy or value of public discussion), Larry Speck (architecture of democracy), Mike Starbird (mathematical paradoxes of voting), Paul Woodruff (ancient Greek idea of democracy), and others to be announced.
Weekly attendance One paper of 500-1000 words
Hall and Ulanov, Modern Culture and the Arts Others TBA