Seminar title * Best Addresses: Notable Residential Streets in ChicagoThe City that Drinks: Chicago Saloon History, Culture, and LiteratureAndiamo in Italia: An Italophile’s Travel CourseGolden Age: Dutch Art in the Age of RembrandtDegenerate Music in the Nazi EraLeonard Bernstein: His Life, Music, Contribution and LegacyJazz: A Listener's GuideThe Rise and Demise of the Piano ConcertoVincent van Gogh: Artist and LegendFriedrich Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra: a Book for All and NoneDivinely Funny: Joy and Laughter in ReligionFolly and Fury: The Diplomacy of the Mexican Revolution, 1910-17Gaelic and Free: The Gaelic Revival and Irish NationalismLegacies of the Great WarAfter the Collapse: Classic Maya Disintegration and ResurgenceDarwin and the Darwinian RevolutionThe Irrepressible Conflict: The Debate Over Slavery in Antebellum America60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 1. Beyond Shaking Leaves: Taking Your Research to the Next60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 2. The Most Helpful Tools You’ve Never Used: Part Two60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 3. Preserve Your Ancestor's Legacy: Write Their Life Story60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 4. My Cousin, the Gangster: What to Do with Too Much Information60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 5. FamilySearch Primer60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 6. What’s New on the Internet?60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 7. Ancestry.com Primer60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 8. Fold3.com and Newspapers.com60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 9. Tools to Dig Deeper: Probate and Inquest Records60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 10. Investigating Police Ancestors60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 11. Stayin' Local: Using Town and City Records in Your Research60 Minutes to Better Genealogy: 12. Mining the National ArchivesGenetic GenealogyPersuasion: An Exploration of Jane Austen's NovelThe World of Russian Fairy TalesChicago Playwrights and Their PlaysRiver Life: Twain's Huck Finn and Cormac McCarthy's SuttreeMoby-Dick: Reading and Envisioning an American EpicSummertime ShakespeareImaginative Science and Social Commentary in H. G. Wells' The War of the WorldsLet's Go Shopping! Zola's Octave Mouret NovelsT. S. Eliot's Four QuartetsThe Sonnet: Not Just A Love SongThe Write Place: A Facilitated Children's Book Writers GroupWriting for the TheaterWriting Poetry: The Visual and the PoeticMe Write Funny One Day Please indicate the seminar you attended. More than one may be selected. Instructor * Bauer, ToddBenesh, JulieBiletz, FrankBruce, DebraDenne, JuliaDillon, DianeDumelle, GraceFarr, MargaretFrere, GingerGibbons, JohnGoldenstern, JoyceHansen, WillHarrington, JosephHershenhorn, EstherIngold, KateKarsen, MikeKleiman, StephenKostantaras, DeanLaufer, MattMancoff, DebraMarco, GuyMcVicker, DonMinnerly, LeeNewman, EugeneNigro, JeffPeterson-Maass, MarshaPezzino, SusanPost, DouglasPrimas Brennan, CaronSavage, BillSeigfried, KarlSprott, RobertStanbary, KarenStroda, Una Please comment on the following The instructor's (or instructors') ability to engage the class in the subject The duration of the class in relation to the amount of material The readings, including the quality, relevance, and quantity The instructor's (or instructors') strengths The instructor's (or instructors') weaknesses Would you recommend this seminar to others? Yes No Why or why not? Would you be interested in taking another Newberry Seminar? Yes No Why or why not? Please list the topics in which you are interested (for example, history, philosophy, writing) Please indicate the season in which you prefer to take seminars (check all that apply) Fall (September-December) Winter/Spring (February-May) Summer (June-August) Additional comments CAPTCHAThis question is to prevent automated spam submissions. What code is in the image? * Enter the characters shown in the image.