Ortiz talk will open spring Great Books series
The Great Books Discussions series is set to begin 6:30 p.m. next Tuesday, Jan. 12, with a talk by Prof. Cristina Ortiz at the Brown County Central Library, downtown. Members of the UW-Green Bay Humanistic Studies faculty will lead the discussions. The month-by-month spring lineup is as follows:
- Jan. 12 — Life is a Dream by Calderon de la Barca; led by Cristina Ortiz
- Feb. 9 — What is to Be Done? by Nikolay Chernyshevsky; Kevin Kain
- March 8 — John Milton’s Ariopagitica and other short works; Jason Zirbel and Rob Miller
- April 12 — Shakespeare’s The Tempest; Kristin Denslow
- May 10 — Santa Evita, by Tomás Eloy Martinez; Hernan Fernandez-Meardi
Each of the second-Tuesday discussions is free and open to the public, co-sponsored by Humanistic Studies and the Brown County Library.