Seminar Leaders - You do not have to be an expert on a topic to lead a seminar. All it takes is a special interest in an area of inquiry and the willingness to do some background research. Typically, the leader will prepare materials on a topic, which could be a self-authored short paper, the identification of an important article and/or a video presentation. If you have a topic that is of special interest to you and are willing to lead in a discussion, let us know so we can help you with its development.
The seminars are free to the public and all are welcome. Meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and the first Friday from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The beautiful new Lewes Library is located at 111 Adams Avenue in Lewes, De.
Topical Seminars is a bi-monthly meeting of members of our community interested in participating in sessions of informed discourse on a variety of topics. The goal is to have a shared learning experience that will improve the social capital of our community. Participants are expected to prepare for meetings in advance by reading materials prepared by the particular seminar leader, which will be available either on this website or in the Lewes Library. Participants are encouraged to do further research independent of these materials to prepare for the discussion. Each meeting will consist of a short presentation of the topic followed by a spirited conversation based on this reading and research.
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