Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

at the University of Massachusetts Boston

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Faculty & Staff

Prudence King

Additional Information

Prudence King has been an avid reader of the New Yorker for years. She has extensive experience in teaching, including many years at UMass Boston. She has led this course in another locale and finds The New Yorker to be an excellent vehicle for broadening our knowledge of and perspectives on the world.

1 Course with this particular bio:

Reading the New Yorker


Prudence King received her Master’s degree in History from Boston University and an Ed.D. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has co-led several courses in literature and the social sciences, and she co-chaired the Curriculum Committee since coming to HILR in 2005. She was one of the Editors of New Pathways for Aging. Participation in this project has enriched her own continuing discovery of new pathways. She has also led study groups at OLLI UMass Boston.

Co-presenter for Identity in Later Life: Hyman Kempler

1 Brown Bag with this particular bio:

Identity in Later Life