ORIAS WORKING GROUPS AT HUMANITIES WEST 2011-2012
at the Herbst Theatre in San Francisco
ORIAS working groups are established to nurture a professional community of
high school and college educators with shared interests in international studies and world history.
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November 4 and 5, 2011
Notre Dame: The Soul of Medieval Paris
February 10 and 11, 2012
The Power and Glory of China’s Ming Dynasty
April 27 and 28, 2012
Pompeii & Herculaneum: Rediscovering Roman Art & Culture
- WHERE: Herbst Theatre, 401 Van Ness Avenue at McAllister, San Francisco
- WHAT: Working Groups are free and open to all K-12 and Community College educators and librarians.
Registration required, space is limited.
A working group break-out meeting is held during the Saturday lunch break at the Herbst Theatre. For details see class pages linked to the programs above.
- Advance reading.
- Complimentary ground floor tickets to Humanities West programs on Friday and Saturday.
- Saturday lunch for break-out meeting.
|Other Offers from Humanities
Other special offers for Teachers and Students from Humanities West:
- In commemoration of Humanities West’s 25th Anniversary, a limited number of free tickets are being offered to students and teachers who are 25 years old and under, made possible by a generous Young Audience Development grant from Bank of the West. To reserve complimentary tickets, email or call Humanities West at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415/391-9700.
- Reduced price balcony tickets for teachers not participating in the ORIAS working group can be purchased for $20/day plus $2.50 service charge per ticket.
Co-sponsored by the University of California at Berkeley Office of Resources for International and Area Studies (ORIAS); Institute of East Asian Studies; and Institute of European Studies. Funding is provided by Title VI grants from the United States Department of Education. In collaboration with Humanities West, a Bay Area non-profit organization offering interdisciplinary arts and culture programs for the public. Special support provided by Bank of the West.
For further information contact Michele Delattre
at ORIAS: 510-643-0868 or oriasberkeley.edu