Stephen Flanders

Stephen FlandersBS, MArch, M.I.T. School of Architecture; ME, Dartmouth Thayer School of Engineering. Flanders is a retired research supervisory engineer from the U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. Among his interests are editing and creating articles in Wikipedia—a topic he has presented in Osher classes, three times. (2/7/24)


Four Films By Akira Kurosawa With a Companion Film Inspired by Each (Winter Term 2024)

Participant Testimonials: 

This was the most extensive course I have taken with Dartmouth Osher and EXCELLENT in so many ways. Thank you OSHER and Stephen Flanders.

A fascinating comparison between Japanese and western cultures seen through the eyes of film.

The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (Winter Term 2023)

Participant Testimonials:

Steve is so enthusiastic about this play and I think his description of the course was spot-on.

This the best class we have taken in a long time.

Very well designed, with two sessions in each class except for the finale.

Wikipedia—A Look Under the Hood (Winter Term 2021)

Participant Testimonials:

Amazingly demonstrated. He is a clearly a supremely accomplished practitioner of the subject matter.

It surpassed my expectations by providing "hands-on " experience.

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