Lewis Greenstein is a graduate of Dartmouth with a Ph.D. in History from Indiana University. He has taught and been a university administrator in several institutions as he and his wife, Rosie, have shared academic careers. Lewis has also been a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kenya, worked in Peace Corps administration and done a stint with the U.S. Department of Education. He has offered a number of previous OSHER@Dartmouth classes in African and African-American history.
Course Title: Myths We Live By (Fall Term 2022)
I only wish Lewis would teach more often!
Excellent prep and articles provided, classes & presentations well-organized
Course Title: The Problem of Selective College Admissions - Building a Class (Fall Term 2019)
Outstanding, including guest speakers. One of my more worthwhile classes.
Terrific. Sequencing of topics and speakers was perfect.
Course Title: How Did We Get Here or Have We Always Been Here? (Spring Term 2018)
The class was lively with discussion and Lewis was always well prepared to direct the discussion.
Lewis is very knowledgeable and stimulated great discussions based on the readings and history.