Adventures in Learning

-2022 Adventures in Learning

“The 2022 Election” – What Happened and Why and What Comes Next? – Examining the factors that impacted the mid-term November 8, 2022 elections as well as what they mean locally, nationally, and internationally

Who: Professor David Schultz 
When: Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Where: Hennepin County Library – Ridgedale, 12601 Ridgedale Drive, Minnetonka 55305 1st Floor (On Ridgedale Drive off Plymouth Road)
Time: 12:00PM
Fee: $20 per person • Guests Welcome • You can pay at the door

David Schultz
David Schultz is a Hamline University distinguished professor of political science, legal studies, environmental studies, as well as Professor of Law at the University of St. Thomas and the University of Minnesota. He is a three-time Fulbright Scholar who has taught extensively in Europe and Asia. Professor Schultz is the author of more than 45 books and 200
articles on various aspects of American politics and law including his most recent book Presidential Swing States – third edition. 

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AIL-Dec2022

AN ART TOUR INSPIRED BY LOUISE ERDICHS THE NIGHT WATCHMAN WITH Mia DOCENT DAVID FORTNEY

When: Friday, December 16, 2022 •
Where: Minneapolis Institute of Art • 2400 Third Avenue South
Time: 1:30PM Meet at desk across from gift shop
Fee: $15 per person • Guests Welcome • Limit 15 people 
This is a live event

David Fortney has been a docent at the Minneapolis Institute of Art since 2005. While giving a wide range of
tours, David particularly enjoys book tours. Prior to being retired, he practiced law and was a Human Resources administer.

The Nightwatchman, by Minnesotas own Louise Erdrich, is set in 1953. Erdrich skillfully weaves two narratives: first, the true story of efforts by some members of the US Senate to terminate the treaties between the United States and native tribes, including Edrichs Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa; and second, the fictional account of a young native woman who travels to the Twin Cities in search of her missing sister. The story is compelling, and Davids use of art to further the story is even more so!


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Sharon Posnansky

12800 Marion Lane West Apt 605W
Minnetonka, MN
55305.

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