2019 Seminar Schedule

The 2019 Björklunden seminar schedule has been released to Boynton Society members and can be found below for easy viewing.  Pre-registration is open from December 13th – January 21st.  Any emails or voicemails received during holiday break will be answered in the order they were received when Alex returns to the office on January 2nd.  Please remember, pre-registration is a perk exclusively for members! We encourage you to spread the word about Björklunden and our great seminar program, but family and friends who are not Boynton Society members will not be able to register until January 22nd, when the 2019 schedule is posted on Björklunden’s website.

You can register by email (alex.e.baldschun@lawrence.edu), snail mail (PO Box 10, Baileys Harbor, WI 54202), or telephone (920-839-2216).

Download the 2019 Björklunden Seminar registration form here.
Save the PDF to your computer before filling it out, and resave it to your computer before sending as an attachment or printing.

 


June 9–14

Listen to the Birds/Don Quintenz

June 10-14

Door Kinetic Arts Festival/Eric Simonson '82

June 16-21

Timefulness: How Thinking Like a Geologist Can Help Save the World/Marcia Bjornerud

June 23-28

A New Leaf for Your Art/Marjorie Atwood
The Ulysses Starter Kit/Robert Spoo ’79
Wildlife Photography: Turning Passion into Productivity/John Van Den Brandt

July 7-13

Tritone Jazz Fantasy Camp/Various

July 14-19

Villains, Maidens, and Spirits: An Introduction to Russian Folklore/Victoria Kononova
Modern China Through a Lens of History and Art/Shelley Drake Hawks and Brigid E. Vance
Medieval Women: Life, Work, Space and Place/Jane Tibbetts Schulenburg ’65

July 21-26

Dwight Eisenhower, the CIA, and the Dulles Brothers: American Foreign Policy in the 1950s/Tim Crain
Revolutionary Russia: Politics and Culture from Lenin to Stalin/Peter Thomas
The Great Failure: Why World War I Began, Continued, and Never Ended/Jerald Podair and Jon Greenwald

July 28-August 2

Americans First: We Don’t Actually Hate Each Other as Much as You Think/Terry Moran ’82
The American Civil War: News and Views/James M. Cornelius ’81

August 4-9

American Immigration: A Legal, Cultural, & Historical Approach to Understanding the Complex and Controversial Issue Dominating Our National Dialogue/Paul Wickham Schmidt ’70 and Jennifer Esperanza
When History Meets Philosophy/Terry Goode
Paraphrases and Reminiscences: Exploring the Art of Piano Transcription/Anthony Padilla

August 11-17

Watercolor: The Expressive Medium/Helen Klebesadel
Three Wives of Abraham/Bill Urbrock
Smartphone Photography: Exploring Creativity with Your Camera/Philip Krejcarek

August 25-30

What Makes a Classic Movie Classic? Learning to Understand the Difference
Between a Classic Film and “Just an Old Movie”/Jack Rhodes
The Geopolitics of Energy: Past, Present and Future/Tom Cutler ’73 and J. William (Bill) Ichord
The Prosecutor’s Art – From the Streets to the Suites to the Oval Office/Steve Licata '75 and Charlie Schudson

September 8-13

Creating Emotional Landscapes Through Poetry/Marilyn L. Taylor
Wildflowers, Birds, and Mushrooms/Don Quintenz and Charlotte Lukes
Human Microbes: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly/David W. Hines '76

September 15-20

Watercolor: A Fresh Start/Helen Klebesadel
The Migration Phenomenon: Perspectives from Both Sides of the Atlantic/Christopher Murray ’75
TV’s Middle Period, Late ’70s to Century’s End: Time of Tele-Transition/Paul McComas ’83

September 22-27

Stealing the Show: Memorable Supporting Players of the Classic Film Era/Jack Rhodes
Prosperity to Debacle: The Third Century Crisis in Roman History/Gerry Max ’67
Experience Björklunden: Explore Door County on Your Own

September 29-October 4

Lincoln’s Spies/Doug Waller
Homer’s Odyssey/Daniel Taylor ’63
Experience Björklunden: Explore Door County on Your Own

October 6-11

Baseball Double Header: Classic Baseball Films and the 2019 Post-Season/Steven Landfried ’66


 

Download the 2019 Björklunden Seminar registration form here.
Save the PDF to your computer before filling it out, and resave it to your computer before sending as an attachment or printing.

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