From Buffoon to Philosopher King: The Many Faces of Abraham Lincoln

Unfortunately, This Class Has Been Canceled Until Further Notice

Instructor: Mick Chantler, M.A.
Mondays | Apr. 13 – May 18 | 3:00 – 5:00 PM | Berger Center
6-week session, Class ID: 8027, Cost: $110

Greatest leader, country bumpkin or dictator? The Great Emancipator or racist? Study the many conflicting opinions about Lincoln that swirled about him during his lifetime and since. Oakmont favorite, Mick Chantler asks, “Will the real Abe Lincoln please stand up?”

Mick Chantler is a 40-year student and instructor of early American studies and a member of scholarly organizations including the Lincoln Forum.

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The Genius of Hitchcock

Instructor: Terry Ebinger Mondays | Feb. 10 – Mar. 2 | 2:30 – 5:00 PM | Berger Center 4-week session, Class ID: 7876, Cost: $81 Note: Early start time Sign Up On The SRJC Website Join film scholar Ebinger for a suspenseful journey into understanding Hitchcock’s visionary approach, symbolism, cinematic innovations, psychological depths and mythic storytelling in four classic films: The 39 Steps, Shadow of a Doubt, Notorious and Strangers on a Train. Terry Ebinger