View the complete course schedule below or read the Summer Course Descriptions.
In the event of classes or courses canceled for reasons beyond our control, every effort will be made to offer make-up or substitute classes or courses. Course credit will be awarded to anyone who cannot attend the make-up or substitute classes.
Tech Requirements: In order to utilize Zoom you must have robust internet connectivity so the video content can be streamed. We are unable to make this determination for you, so please evaluate if your internet connection can support streaming video content.
Pre-Summer registration opens on May 10.
Summer registration opens on June 1.
A series of one-off lectures in June
Baseball Day 2021*
Join Mick Chantler, Joan Ryan, and friends for an in-depth look at the magical season of 1989, when the Giants and A's both won their league pennants and squared off in the first and only “Bay Bridge World Series.”
What’s Next for the U.S.A.? **
John Rothmann is back to discuss the state of the American Presidency.
RBG, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg**
Oak Dowling will provide an intimate portrait of a Supreme Court Justice who was an unlikely rock star and whose legal battles changed the world for women.
Could Time Warps Be Real?**
Astrophysicist Steve Bryson is back to talk about recent research that suggests that warp drives, that staple of science fiction from Star Trek to Star Wars, may be possible.
* Baseball Day runs from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and costs $35.
|Where Have You Gone, Dizzy Dean?||June 28-July 26
(No class July 5)
|10-11:40 a.m.||Online||Mick Chantler, MA|
|Tuesdays & Thursdays|
|The Nordic Lands: Politics, Culture, & Society||June 29-July 22||10-11:40 a.m.||Online||Darren Zook, PhD|
|The Economist Discussion Group||June 29-July 20||3-4:30 p.m.||Online||Michael Bremer & Robert Garb|
|American Art Through a Multicultural Lens||
June 30-July 28
(No class July 14)
|10-11:40 a.m.||Online||Avril Angevine, MA|
|Vive la France! Savoring French Opera||
|10-11:40 a.m.||Online||Kip Cranna, PhD|