Chautauqua Institution: Education / Special Studies Program
Whatever educational experience you are seeking, Chautauqua's Special Studies program continues to create distinct new learning opportunities for the 10,000 lifelong learners that enroll in courses each summer. More than 300 teachers, experienced in subjects they love, arrive each summer to create a diverse assortment of courses for youth and adults offering a cross-generational learning experience. Special Studies offers subjects ranging from child and youth development, music, education, religion and philosophy, to fitness, health, and personal and professional development. Enjoy Chautauqua's Special Studies' unique learning experience and enrich your mind, body and spirit.
SPOTLIGHT ON MASTER CLASS- THE SECRET HISTORY OF HISTORY: ESPIONAGE AND SPY CATCHING IN THE USA
Presented by David Major
Espionage against the U.S. is thriving. David Major, retired Supervisory Special Agent and former Director of Counterintelligence, Intelligence and Security Programs for the National Security Council, explores our most dramatic espionage events of the past 100 years. Discover new intelligence about Cold War spies, recent cases from China, Cuba, and the arrest of 11 Russian "illegals”—and their implications for U.S. national security.
Maximum enrollment: 200. Minimum age: 16.
Fees: 1 session advanced registration or full payment at door on a space available basis..................$55