As ancient Greece was a civilization based on the Aegean, so has Maryland always been the land of the Chesapeake Bay. Join Odyssey on an exploration and celebration of the physical and cultural environment of our great bay and its region. Five lecturers will lead weekly excursions through the past, present, and future of the Chesapeake, examining the ecological, maritime, social, and political meaning of this Bay of Life.
April 9: The Chesapeake Bay: Mixing Point of Waters, Peoples, and Traditions
April 16: Maryland's Maritime Heritage
April 23: From Amphipods to Zooplankton: The Ecology of Our Rivers and the Bay
April 30: Island Out of Time
May 07: The Chesapeake Today: Life and Culture, Political and Ecological Issues
910.825.01 Homewood campus
Tuesday, April 9 to May 7
Cost: $135 (5 sessions)
Full descriptions of the sessions and information on the lecturers are in the Advanced Academic Programs catalog.
JHU full-time faculty/staff are eligible for 80% remission. You will be unable to register online and receive the discount. Contact 410-516-8516.