The long-established and esteemed SEMINARS ON AMERICAN CULTURE provide a relaxed yet spirited environment for the exploration of a wide variety of topics related to American culture, craft and history.
With the renowned museums of Cooperstown as classrooms, and with beautiful Otsego Lake -- James Fenimore Cooper's "Glimmerglass" -- as a backdrop, this year's seminars offer 3-1/2 to 5-day sessions on subjects ranging from 19th-century medicine, history publishing, arboreal traditions, and architectural heritage, to the "forest diplomacy" between colonials and Native Americans, blacksmithing, gilding, teaching strategies to meet state initiatives, folk art and family history research, and much more. Evening programs, receptions and collections tours included.
Send for a complete catalog of schedules, seminar descriptions and faculty biographies. Accredited for in-service and continuing education credits through SUNY-Oneonta.
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