Sunday, August 14, 2005

they have more than just football

The University of Tennessee non-credit course catalog arrived in the mail yesterday. A couple of years ago I tried to sign up for the Forensic Anthropology lectures but they were sold out. Decomposing corpse slide shows have been a Knoxville favorite ever since the publication of Patricia Cornwell's novel called "The Body Farm." Since then, I've had the good fortune to interview the famous Dr. William Bass twice. He's the founder of UT's Forensic Anthropology Center. Last Christmas, my son gave me Dr. Bass' non-fiction book, "Death's Acre." At a recent Einstein Simplified show, the co-author of "Death's Acre," Jon Jefferson, told me that a sequel is in the works. By the way, Patricia Cornwell's website says that the next Scarpetta novel, "Predator," will be released on October 25.

UT also has non-credit classes called Championship BBQ Smoking Techniques and Introduction to Blogging.
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Anonymous jess :) said...

Now, I think this is one that I would love to hear your reactions after taking. And, besides, you could give lovely gifts when you were done!


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