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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 10, 1972

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PESC
pro gram
continuesI
(Continued from Page 1)
Highlighting this term's offer-
ing of PESC courses will be aj
number of "experimental learn-
ing" classes that will encourage
student participation in commun-
ity activities.
A collection of courses will also
be provided in radical political
studies under therheading of "Po-
litical Economy:rthe Study and
Analysis of Oppression and Lib-
eration." Students in "political 2
economy" will have a choice of
a number of courses all of which
include participation in a "core
pro-seminar" on Hegel.;
According to PESC spokesper-
sons, the program's direction for
the upcoming year is still vague.
No group action is planned "un-
til we see what kind of energy
there .is," says Ron Alpern of
PESC.
Despite the PESC controversy
last winter, Alpern says the or-
ganization has no reason to ex-
pect any conflict with the Univer-
sity administration this year.
"At this point no one has any
confrontation on their agenda,"
Alpern says. He adds, however,
that a group decision has not
yet been made on whether to
again pursue an open auditing
policy this year.
PESC will not seek LSA fund-
ing this year as it did last year,
Alpern said, but the programI
may ask for funds from the LSA
student government.
Included in the PESC catalogue
this term, are courses in com-
munity studies, environment,
education, and a wide range of
topics in the humanities and the
natural sciences.
PESC will hold an open plan-
ning meeting Monday at 7:30
p.m. at its 332 S. State office.
This meeting will be in prepara-
tion for a mass meeting Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m. at Alice Lloyd Hall.
The meeting will provide stu-
dents an opportunity to meet
PESC faculty members and find
out more information.

Women's courses set

(Continued from Page 1)
jects, readings and films.
Course Mart course "Women
and the Law: An Economic and
Historical Analysis" is designed
to give a historical perspective
on the legal and economic status
of women.
Marsha Bergmark and Elliot
Andalman will teach the two-
credit course, which will sur-
vey the repercussions of the pre-
sent women's movement.
Section two of Political Sci-
ence 404, American Political
Thought (3-4 credits), led by
Bus routes
This map is reprinted to show
Daily readers changes that have
been made in the commuter and
North Campus bus routes this
year.

Bette Tanner and
will focus on the
male liberation.

Jana Everett,
politics of fe-

Tanner says the section will
involve discussions of "political
philosophy, social change, femi-
nist movements, and women in
politics."
Other fall courses of particular
interesthto women are: History
335, "The History of Women in
Modern United States and Bri-
tain" (3-4 credits); Psychology
655, The Psychology of Women"
(2 credits); and Social Work
590, section one, "Women in
Social Work Practice."
In addition, a committee on
women's studies has met with
University officials, including
President Robben Fleming, to
discuss a possible autonomous
women's studies department
within the literary college.

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THE RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE presents:
RENAISSANCE DRAMA
with the following feature-length Tirms:
Sept. 12-Tuesday: "OTHELLO"-Russian-Yout-
kevich-- 08 minutes.
Sept. 14-Thursday-"OTH ELLO"--German-
1922-100 minutes-dir. Dimitri Buchawetski
Sept. 21-Thursday-"OTH ELLO"-British-1965
166 min.-Burge dir.
Sept. 26-Tuesday-"OTHELLO"-Italy-no sub-
titles-19300
Sept. 28-Thursday-"KING LEAR"-Britain-
1917-50 min.-silent-dir. F. Warde
Oct. 5-Thursday-"MAC BETH"-Republic-1948
Dir. Welles
Oct. 10-Tuesday-"ANTHONY & CLEOPATRA"
Italy-1914-45 min.-silent AND
"MACBETH"-Britain-1961 -107 min.-
dir. Schaefer
Oct. 12-Thursday-"THRONE OF BLOOD"-Japan
1957-105 min.-subtitles-dir. Kurosawa
THE WEEK OF OCT. 22 we will have "VOLPONE"
(BBC-1967-90 min.)-on loan at audio
visual. Different classes during that week
could use the film.
Oct. 31-Tuesday-"BERENICE"-France-90
min.-no subtitles
THE WEEK OF NOV. 5 audio visual will have "Le
BOURGEOIS GENTILHOMME" (France-1958
95 min.-color-subtitles-Comedie Fran-
caise-dir. Jean Meyer) on loan.. Different
classes could arrange to use it, especially lan-
guage classes.
Nov. 14-Tuesday-"LE MISANTHROPE" Fr.-55
min.-no subtitles-dir. B. Dheran
Nov. 16-Thursday-"TARTUFFE"-R. W. Mur-
nau-German-1927-70 min.
Nov. 28-Tuesday-"VOLPON E"-France-1939
95 min-b&w-subtitles-dir. M. Tourneur-
sound.
-EVERYONE IS INVITED TO ATTEND-
lRes. College Auditorium
All Shows Start at 7 p.m. Admission Freer

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You learn
something
new every day
One of the wonderful things
about growing up is trying dif-
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about sanitary protection.
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Hebrew Language (all levels)
Modern Hebrew & Israeli Literature
The Individual and the State
Basic Judaism
The Jewish Ethical Imperative:
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b) The Ethics of Imprisonment
Martin Buber: The Man & His Philosophy
The Jew in American Politics
Flowers from Hell: A Survey of Holocaust Literature
Hassidism and Studies in Jewish Mysticism
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