Analytic pressure-volume diagrams are utilized to illustrate the effects of gasoline engine design on performance and combustion requirements. Topics discussed include design, construction, inspection techniques and servicing of the internal combustion engine and its components.
Many aspects of early photography that have been forgotten or ignored in most history classes or books will be presented, including hand-tinted photographs, vernacular photographs, and early tools and techniques.
Craig worked for the University of Illinois and taught at Parkland College, retiring in after receiving an award as a Community College Outstanding Faculty for the state of Illinois.
His work is included in the collections of several museums, and Craig has curated more than a dozen photography and art exhibitions. His past OLLI courses on photography have been well received for the strong use of visual examples from his extensive collection of photographs and photographic materials.
This heavily illustrated 4-week course will delve into the world of art collecting, with examples drawn from local, national, and international collections.
We will consider the following questions: What are the distinctions between the priorities and goals of the art collector, art promoter, and art dealer? When developing a collection, should the focus be on systematic, comprehensive, interactive, or creative approaches?
How does one begin collecting art? After a career in medical sciences in China, Dr. Wang has been committed to the role of art in the community, writing for local publications and organizing exhibits to promote local arts and artists.
Sincehe has been on the Board of Directors of the Spurlock Museum, serving as President of the Board from to ; and has been a curator in the East Asian Galleries of the Spurlock Museum.
What do we know about the visual art-dance relationship and the fertile crosscurrents flowing between contemporary art and dance? Reading dances on video invites the application of knowledge gleaned from other more familiar sources as it allows for the study of a choreographic point of view.
She received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts for choreography in, and while in New York, and from the Illinois Arts Council in, and She created 49 new works for students at the U.
This is her first OLLI course. In recent years, Yemen finds itself at the center of Saudi-Iranian competition as well as competition between extremist Islamic groups. Janice Jayes is interested in regions in transition, cultural politics, and U.
She taught her first OLLI course inand her courses on a wide variety of historical and contemporary topics have been among the best-received offerings of recent years. Janice did not try to make issues simple.
Rather, she kept the complexity but helped us understand it and we learned ways to interpret news and events. We will look at the changing landscape of death in the modern era as medical technology extends the life span but often leads to increased suffering in the process.What is the importance of studying sociology?
Sociology is of great practical help in the sense; it keeps us up-to date on modern social situations and developments. Sociology makes us to become more alert towards the changes and developments that take place around us.
As a result, we come to know about our changed roles and . OLLI Courses - Fall Semester 8-week Semester Begins on Monday, September 10! Registration opens on Wednesday, July 11 at a.m. We are pleased to present these descriptions of our fall semester courses, arranged by subject area.
SOC Introduction to Sociology. Course Information Sociology is the scientific study of society. As such, it closely examines human interactions and cultural phenomena, including topics like inequality and urbanization and .
This course may not be available to international students.
Please see the list of distance courses (i.e. online and taken outside Australia) that are offered to international students.
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