Wednesday, February 1
Prof. Clair Brown's talk draws from her book Buddhist Economics to discuss how we can create a sustainable, equitable economy for all people.
Wednesday, February 8
Scientists and other sensory explorers are developing powerful new technologies that can change, enhance and perhaps expand the limits of what we can perceive.
Wednesday, February 15
Arriving at a deeper understanding of the nature of our mind and consciousness, and how consciousness relates to the rest of what we call physical reality, is perhaps the most profound question in all of science.
Wednesday, February 22
Across cultures, gender is undergoing a sea change. No longer is the binary gender system bedrock; instead, gender has become moving boulders.
Wednesday, October 5
Jesse Choper and Marshall Krause will discuss the Supreme Court's 2016 term, including the ramifications of Justice Scalia's passing.
Wednesday, October 12
Litquake with OLLI faculty writers: Barbara Claire Freeman, Anthony Clarvoe, Judith Coburn, Dashka Slater, and Matt Shears
Wednesday, October 19
An exploration of our individual and group capacity to uplift our world, by breaking down simple and complex barriers.
Wednesday, October 26
From 1936 to 1939, the Spanish Civil War dominated headlines around the world. Volunteers rushed to help Spain’s democratically elected government fight off an uprising by right-wing army officers heavily backed by Hitler and Mussolini.