Asia, Africa, and the World We Live In (2021-22)The World is Knowable -- And It's Worth It!
The world we live in is an interconnected set of nearly two hundred countries in which the United States has primacy. It is also undeniably a world shaped by great Asian nations (especially China) and their relationship to post-colonial Africa. To understand the world we live in, one must study Asia and Africa–as cultures whose fate is interlocked with OURS!
An exciting presentation of a past that informs the present is the focus of the program of Asia, Africa, and the World We Live In for 2021-22.
FORMAT: LIVE ON-LINE CLASSES + Youtube recordings
Join for the whole year or for an 8-week mini course on China and/or Ancient Egypt & Mesopotamia.
- The History of China mini-course begins August 17. The live sessions run Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday at 12pm Central time for the elementary class, and 1pm Central time for the jr/sr high. Recordings are available as well, for those who have scheduling conflicts or who prefer on-demand lessons.
- The History of Ancient Egypt & Mesopotamia begins August 19 and runs Thursdays and Friday. The live class runs at 1pm Central time. Recordings are also available.
Fill out the Registration Form to contact Mr. Powell for more detailed information.