NICE Course Offering for FALL: History of the Supreme Court
Posted on November 6, 2012
Almost every problem in American history has found its way to the Supreme Court. The Court always makes news and on occasion it makes big news. Join us as we investigate how the Court over the years has interpreted the broadly worded language of the Constitution to protect and promote “the blessings of liberty”, “due process” and “equal protection of the laws” for all America.
This course is taught by guest lecturer and Professor of History Gary L. Hylander, PhD. The course is presented in 6 weekly sessions on Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and scheduled to begin on October 18th running through November 29th, 2012. The lectures will be held each Thursday in Hindle Auditorium, Wheaton College.
Registration is required.
For addtional lectures and course offerings offered through the Norton Institute for Continuing Education (NICE), please visit the NICE website at: www.nicecourse.org
Gary L. Hylander, PhD, teaches history at Framingham State University, Bay Path College and is Program Supervisor of Student Teachers at Boston University