Seminar title * Surrealism and the Second CityBest Addresses: Notable Residential Streets in ChicagoBeethoven's "Mighty Nine"The Latin Roots Of The Romance Language Family TreeThe History and Art of the Book of KellsGreat Movie Music from Garbo and Valentino to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance KidBookbinding with Paste PapersBallet Music From Beethoven to BernsteinFrom Caravaggio to Bernini: Italian Baroque Art, 1600-1700Sun, Sea, and Swans: Musical Images of NatureEarly Opera: Music, Drama, and Society from the Renaissance to the EnlightenmentMaking a Drop Spine BoxDoes God Exist? How Can We Know?Hannah Arendt's The Human ConditionJean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus: Existential Literature as PhilosophyNorse Mythology: Religion & CultureLegacies of the Great War (afternoon)Legacies of the Great War (evening)Telling History with Maps and Corresponding Satellite ImagesMedieval Britain 1307-1485 through Historical FictionColonial Rivalries: The West and the World, 1870-1918Ellis Island: The Immigrant's ExperienceThe Windsors: The British Monarchy, 1910-2015With Firmness in the Right: The Moral History of the Civil War1865 - 1914: Remaking America, Birthing an EmpireFundamentals of Genealogy: Basics for Everyone (All Sessions)Fundamentals of Genealogy: (1) Research MethodologyFundamentals of Genealogy: (2) Vital RecordsFundamentals of Genealogy: (3) Library ResearchFundamentals of Genealogy: (4) Directories, Wills, and Military and Ethnic RecordsFundamentals of Genealogy: (5) Networking, Analyzing, Recording, and OrganizingFundamentals of Genealogy: (6) Maps, Land, Newspapers, and ImmigrationAn Introduction to DNA for KinshipGenetic GenealogyDazzled by the Truth: the World and Work of Franz Kafka, a Modern Jewish StorytellerFlannery O'Connor and the Agency of GraceReading James Joyce's UlyssesMarcel Proust's Sodom and GomorrahVictorian Style: British Fashion and Fiction 1850 to 1900Endgame or Arcadia; European Drama 1950-presentToni Morrison's BelovedThe Golovlyov Family and Satirical Tales by ShchedrinReach Across the Truth to Find Her: Poetry WorkshopThe Elements of Creative Writing: A WorkshopWriting for the TheaterOh, the Possibilities: Writing for Children in Today's Children's Book WorldWriting The Hero's JourneyThe Elusive Muse: Journaling Your Way to Better Writing Please indicate the seminar you attended. More than one may be selected. Instructor * Bauer, ToddBazargan, SusanBergan, BrookeBiletz, FrankBird, MatthewBuisseret, DavidCellini, WilliamCrowley, FrancisDelegan, ColleenDenne, JuliaDillon, DianeDowd, LesaEttelson, StephanieGartler, BeatrizHarrington, JosephHeagerty, BrookeHerrmann, DagmarHershenhorn, EstherKleiman, StephenKorbel, BarbLevine, LindaLevine, MikeMancoff, DebraMarco, GuyNewman, EugeneNigro, JeffOberlander, BrianPatterson, StuartPeterson-Maass, MarshaPezzino, SusanPost, DouglasRoebuck, LyleSeigfried, KarlSherrod, HarrisonSprott, RobertStanbary, KarenWallace, Valerie 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.