27 September 2017
As I write this, the temperature (88 degrees) suggests Summer, but we know this won’t last. Fall will soon return, as our Fall term rushes along: October is upon us! Our final course of the Fall term illustrates effective change in action and examines some of the key documents in the social change movement.
Effective Agents of Change: Lessons from History: Wednesdays, 10/25, 11/1, 8 & 15th; 7-9PM; 55 Clover Lane, Waterbury; $60; to register, call Sue (802) 244-7909
This course provides examples of several key change agents in recent history, illustrating how the principles involved in effective change get lived out in practical reality toward fostering civic hygiene. Included are discussions of some of the significant documents in the social transformation movement. Led by Sue Mehrtens Note: Prior participation in the “Three Loci” and “How to Become an Effective Change Agent” courses is NOT required to take this course.
Our related lecture series has two presentations this month–on how to cope through trying times, with presentations by both Susan Ackerman and me–and the women’s biography course continues, with an examination of the 15th-century mystic, Margery Kempe. All are welcome to join both the lectures and course.
The blog essay for October is timely: an examination of Jung and other psychologists on the personality disorder of narcissism. The link to it is below.
I hope you have a wonderful month!