Margaret C. Jacob, Ph.D., a world-renowned Masonic scholar and founder of the Freemasonry and Civil Society Program at UCLA, will be offering a new course for the winter 2016 semester:
Introduction to Historical Practice: Variable Topics in European History: Freemasonry, Civil Society, and Democracy in 18th-Century Europe and America
In this university-level history course, students will look at the nature of civil society and its relationship to the formation of democratic practices. They will then study the most widespread form of it in 18th century Freemasonry, in both Europe and America.
The seminar-style course will begin on Jan. 4, 2016. Members of the general public are invited to enroll through UCLA’s continuing education program.
What: Introduction to Historical Practice: Variable Topics in European History: Freemasonry, Civil Society, and Democracy in 18th-Century Europe and America
When: Mondays from 1:00-3:50 p.m., starting Jan. 4
University of California, Los Angeles
Bunche Hall, Room 5288
315 Portola Plaza, Los Angeles, 90095
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Cost: $1,328 ($332 per unit/4-unit course)
How to enroll: On Jan. 4, go to the UCLA Extension Office and request an enrollment form. Bring the completed form to the first class, where Dr. Jacob will sign it to approve your enrollment. The signed form must then be returned to the UCLA Extension Office, along with your payment.
The UCLA Extension Office is located at: 10995 Le Conte Avenue, Suite 711, Los Angeles CA 90024-2883.
For more information: Visit uclaextension.edu or call the registration office at (310) 825-9971.