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Christopher Harding for the past six semesters has facilitated this “History of Mystery” series. Since the fall of 2006, Harding, who has a PhD in English literature from Harvard University, has presented OLLI courses on Shakespeare. He also taught English at UMass Boston for 10 years. Besides being a Wilkie Collins and Golden Age fan, Dr. Harding has acquired a taste for world language mystery authors.
1 Course with this particular bio: The History of Mystery 7
Dr. Christopher Harding taught English at UMass Boston for 10 years. For over ten years he taught "Shakespeare Comes to the Slammer" at the Suffolk County House of Correction. His PhD in English literature thesis for Harvard concerned the influence of Shakespeare's work on Sir Walter Scott. This is his 11th OLLI course on Shakespeare.
1 Course with this particular bio: Shakespeare’s "Romeo and Juliet"
Since the fall of 2006, Christopher Harding, who earned a PhD in English literature from Harvard University, has been facilitating OLLI courses on Shakespeare and Mystery Novel Appreciation. Two years ago he received a Certificate from The Theological Institute for the New Evangelization (TINE) at Saint John's Seminary. Dr. Harding has given two previous Brown Bags on Bible and Classical Art themes: the first on the relationship between male figures in the Old and New Testaments, and the second on the relationship between female figures in the Old and New Testaments.
1 Brown Bag with this particular bio: Holy Misrepresentation!: Memorable, but Misleading, Religious Art, Contradicted by the Bible and History (Video Conference)