Every 2nd Saturday: August 3rd, 17th, 31st. September 14th, 28th. October 12th, 26th 2019 // 10am – 12pm
Join a new discussion forum, looking at six books of imaginative literature which illuminate the human relationship with the natural world over the centuries. The range includes ancient China, 19th century England, 20th century North America and the tropical forests of today. The course is facilitated by Dr. Tom Wilson, an experienced university tutor and author of Stepping Off: Rewilding and Belonging in the South-West (Fremantle Press, 2017). Tom has a PhD in Literature and Environment. The University of The Third Age (U3A) is an international movement, which promotes and practices lifelong learning by providing low-cost educational opportunities in a relaxed and informal environment.
7 sessions // Maximum 12 enrollments
To book first join U3A at the following page: https://u3auwa.org/home/join-u3a/ After you have joined U3A, enrol in the course “Literature and Environment” at the following page: http://https/www.ticketebo.com.au/city-courses-2019-semester-2
Or call Stephanie Mitchell on 0429133891.