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In this lecture we'll explore the physical and social context of ancient Athenian tragedies and comedies, with an emphasis on how the plays were actually performed by actors and received by audiences, including discussion of religious festivals, the all-amateur Choruses, music, dance, spectacle, the structure and poetry of the plays, and the physical theater spaces.

440151

Instructor : Jerise Fogel 

Tuition: $20.00

Schedule : Weekly - Tue 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM; starting 7/18/2017, ending 7/18/2017

Location : Montclair, MPL - Main Location : 
  Montclair, MPL - Main.

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Join us for a lecture to discuss forensic psychology and how it is used for decision making in the criminal justice system. The talk will touch on both experimental and clincial approaches to aid decision-making and also some common misconceptions about what forensic psychologists do. Further discussion will describe several areas of research, including eyewitness testimony, police interrogations, and risk assessment.

1100015

Instructor : Jason Dickinson 

Tuition: $0.00

Schedule : Weekly - Wed 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM; starting 8/2/2017, ending 8/2/2017

Location : Montclair, MPL - Main Location : 
  Montclair, MPL - Main.

Materials Cost: $0.00



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