3L, 1S: A Brief History of Citizenship (OLLI) – Zoom

Part of the 3 Lectures, 1 Series presented by OLLI at Widener University

This course will take place via Zoom. Zoom information is provided at sign up.

Being a citizen is an idea that most of us assume we understand. However, the idea has had multiple meanings throughout history and is, primarily, a western concept. What did the term originally mean? Where did it develop? How has the meaning changed? What does it mean today? There is less agreement than one might assume.

Led by Mr. Jeff Heim (MA & BA, Pennsylvania State University; MA, Temple University). Heim has taught high school for 37 years in both Maryland & Pennsylvania. He was a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow and spent a year in India as a Fulbright Fellow. Now retired, Jeff enjoys teaching for OLLI at Widener University & the Lifelong Learning Institute at Immaculata University.

Tuesday, October 12 • 12:30pm (also on November 9 & December 14)
$5/per session; $15 for all THREE • All are welcome

For more information & registration, contact OLLI at Widener University, at
[email protected] or 610-499-4279.

Date

Oct 12 2021
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Time

12:30 pm
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