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Selections from the Monmouth University Permanent Art Collection

Selections from the Monmouth University permanent collection featuring works by various artists, including: Nick Aristovulos, Leonard Baskin, Bernarda Bryson Shahn, Richard D. Crammer, Jacob Landau, Stefan Martin, Robert E. Mueller, Ed Schlinski, Charles Schucker, Sylvia Schuster, Adam Wurtz

Writing History for the Public

Class Schedule: Thursdays – Apr. 21, Apr. 28, and May 5 | 7:30 – 9:00 PM

This seminar style course, taught by Hettie Williams, focuses on using the historical method to write about various topics in history for the public. In this class, we will work through the process of research, writing, fact-checking and pitching while developing a publishable article for public consumption. To accomplish this goal, we will read and discuss some of the best writings by historians published in the popular press while learning how to develop an accessible online portfolio of publications.

Zoom Link will be provided upon registration.

 

Writing History for the Public

Class Schedule: Thursdays – Apr. 21, Apr. 28, and May 5 | 7:30 – 9:00 PM

This seminar style course, taught by Hettie Williams, focuses on using the historical method to write about various topics in history for the public. In this class, we will work through the process of research, writing, fact-checking and pitching while developing a publishable article for public consumption. To accomplish this goal, we will read and discuss some of the best writings by historians published in the popular press while learning how to develop an accessible online portfolio of publications.

Zoom Link will be provided upon registration.

 

Writing History for the Public

Class Schedule: Thursdays – Apr. 21, Apr. 28, and May 5 | 7:30 – 9:00 PM

This seminar style course, taught by Hettie Williams, focuses on using the historical method to write about various topics in history for the public. In this class, we will work through the process of research, writing, fact-checking and pitching while developing a publishable article for public consumption. To accomplish this goal, we will read and discuss some of the best writings by historians published in the popular press while learning how to develop an accessible online portfolio of publications.

Zoom Link will be provided upon registration.

 

What’s in a Song?

Class Schedule: Thursdays – March 31, April 7, and April 14. | 7:30 – 9:00 PM

This three session virtual course, taught by Aaron Furgason, will explore why we love the songs that we do and dismiss so many others. The class will explore the production and elements of a hit song, the influence of record labels on the production of hit songs, and the methods record labels use to promote and market hit songs. Discussions amongst the participants will focus on the influence of family, friends, media, culture, and subcultures in our understanding and attraction to certain songs.

Instructor: Aaron Furgason, Monmouth University Professor of Radio and Film, as well as previous professional experience working in the music and radio industries.

Zoom Link will be provided upon registration.

What’s in a Song?

Class Schedule: Thursdays – March 31, April 7, and April 14. | 7:30 – 9:00 PM

This three session virtual course, taught by Aaron Furgason, will explore why we love the songs that we do and dismiss so many others. The class will explore the production and elements of a hit song, the influence of record labels on the production of hit songs, and the methods record labels use to promote and market hit songs. Discussions amongst the participants will focus on the influence of family, friends, media, culture, and subcultures in our understanding and attraction to certain songs.

Instructor: Aaron Furgason, Monmouth University Professor of Radio and Film, as well as previous professional experience working in the music and radio industries.

Zoom Link will be provided upon registration.

What’s in a Song?

Class Schedule: Thursdays – March 31, April 7, and April 14. | 7:30 – 9:00 PM

This three session virtual course, taught by Aaron Furgason, will explore why we love the songs that we do and dismiss so many others. The class will explore the production and elements of a hit song, the influence of record labels on the production of hit songs, and the methods record labels use to promote and market hit songs. Discussions amongst the participants will focus on the influence of family, friends, media, culture, and subcultures in our understanding and attraction to certain songs.

Instructor: Aaron Furgason, Monmouth University Professor of Radio and Film, as well as previous professional experience working in the music and radio industries.

Zoom Link will be provided upon registration.

Writing Memoir (Advanced)

Class Schedule: Thursdays – Mar. 10, Mar. 17, and Mar. 24 | 7:30 – 9:00 PM

This three-session virtual course taught by Mike Farragher (88) builds on the wildly popular Intro to Memoir Writing workshops with an emphasis on character development, dialogue, and scene setting that will make any story a page turner. Practical lessons are interspersed with writing prompts to get the creativity going during this 3 week course. No prior writing experience needed and all levels welcome!

Zoom Link will be provided upon registration.

Writing Memoir (Advanced)

Class Schedule: Thursdays – Mar. 10, Mar. 17, and Mar. 24 | 7:30 – 9:00 PM

This three-session virtual course taught by Mike Farragher (88) builds on the wildly popular Intro to Memoir Writing workshops with an emphasis on character development, dialogue, and scene setting that will make any story a page turner. Practical lessons are interspersed with writing prompts to get the creativity going during this 3 week course. No prior writing experience needed and all levels welcome!

Zoom Link will be provided upon registration.

Writing Memoir (Advanced)

Class Schedule: Thursdays – Mar. 10, Mar. 17, and Mar. 24 | 7:30 – 9:00 PM

This three-session virtual course taught by Mike Farragher (88) builds on the wildly popular Intro to Memoir Writing workshops with an emphasis on character development, dialogue, and scene setting that will make any story a page turner. Practical lessons are interspersed with writing prompts to get the creativity going during this 3 week course. No prior writing experience needed and all levels welcome!

Zoom Link will be provided upon registration.