Fri, Apr 10
We will examine what MMT actually argues about the nature and origin of money, the purpose of taxes, and the issue of inflation. But what do these words really mean and what can our government actual? In fact, what the heck is money?
Andres Bernal | OnlineOnline Olio
Sun, Apr 12
The Great Depression and New Deal fundamentally altered our relationship with our government and redefined how Americans conceive of the word freedom. Crisis often breeds great change. It’s an important story. And a complicated one.
Lawrence Cappello | OnlineOnline Olio
Tue, Apr 14
What is it to have a home? Homebirds, homebodies, homelovings: what are the benefits of a stay-at-home life? Mona Chollet takes us on a journey about how time and space have been transfigured, even disfigured, in today's ultra-productive society.
Jeanne Proust | OnlineOnline Olio
Thu, Apr 16
Join Darryl Aiken-Afam as we explore a single chapter from 'The Way of Virtue' to consider and discuss its contents and its application to our daily life situations. In addition, we will have a movement or somatic piece that features body integration of the principles of Yin and Yang through either Qigong, Zen Shiatsu, Meridian Touch Yoga or Sotai.
Darryl Aiken-Afam | OnlineOnline Olio
Mon, Apr 20
In this workshop, we will not only write and revise our own poems, but we will examine our relationship to poetry, discover new places to find it, and figure out ways it can provide solace in these strange and trying times.
Kat Rejsek | OnlineOnline Olio
Tue, Apr 21
Who exactly was Thomas Paine, and why is someone like Andrew Yang talking about him? Paine’s life and legacy have always hovered as a specter over the American political left, and this class explores how and why.
Michael Crowder | OnlineOnline Olio