ENR2 (UA Campus)

Travel Writing: A Grand Tour

Following President Robbins’ call for cancellation of all University of Arizona programming, the Community Classroom Program is cancelling all remaining spring 2020 courses and workshops until further notice. Please check back for updates on when this course will be rescheduled.

Find Your Focus: Camera and Photography Basics

Leave the green rectangle of “AUTO” in the dust! This course will tackle the technical functions of the camera, explain how and why to shoot in manual exposure, and help you apply these skills in a variety of settings. Whether you want to take better pictures of family, nail the game-winning play, or enter the scary world of OCF (you just Googled it, didn’t you), you will learn to develop your photography skills in a collaborative, supportive atmosphere.

Cleopatra: No Submissive Woman

Cleopatra VII (69-30 BCE), the last ruler of Ptolemaic Egypt, was a key powerbroker during a period of political change with enduring repercussions for the western world. Ever since, Cleopatra has been deliberately memorialized as a dangerous woman, as a manipulative deployer of “feminine wiles” whose perverse understanding of power doomed her regime to failure and death.

What is Politics?

Chomsky and UA emeritus professor Marv Waterstone will co-teach this seven-week class that is both a general education course for UA undergraduates and open to the life-long learners from the public. Connecting students from multiple generations and political outlooks, this course is sure to stimulate ideas, debate, and dialogue.

Native Peoples of the Southwest

This course will focus on the Native Peoples of the Southwest, particularly those of southern Arizona, and their interactions with the Spanish empire, the Mexican republic, and the United States over the last 500 years. The Southwest is a region that remained a frontier in the most basic sense of the term – a place where no group had a monopoly on violence – until the 1880s, when Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches surrendered for the final time.

The Craft of Editing in Professional Contexts

Whenever we write any kind of public text – be it a book, a report, a blog, or emails to multiple people – we do three things: plan it, write it, and revise it. This last stage, the revision, is perhaps the most vital since it is here where the text is refined and polished for readers.

Gender, Migration, and Human Rights along the U.S./Mexico Border

Following President Robbins’ call for cancellation of all University of Arizona programming, the Community Classroom Program is cancelling all remaining in person spring 2020 courses and workshops until further notice. Please check back for updates on when this course will be rescheduled.

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