Odyssey: Looking Out, Looking In—Middle Class Perspectives

How do members of the American middle class see themselves and others? In general, how much is our sense of class internalized, and how much is it determined by outside factors, such as our job or income or culture? How do people in America move between classes, both by design and by chance and even against their will? Drawing on literature, social psychology, and personal experience, this lesson examines middle class perspectives and frames of reference.

918.185.01 via Zoom Thursday, Nov. 19 (6:30 to 8 p.m.) Cost: $25

Full-time JHU staff/faculty are eligible for tuition remission. You will be unable to register online and receive the discount. Email bhebron@jhu.edu for more information.