Marsha Recknagel received her Ph.D. from Rice University, where she has taught creative writing since 1992 and was named writer-in-residence in 2002. In 1988, Dr. Recknagel was the second layperson to be admitted to the Houston-Galveston Psychoanalytic Institute, where she studied psychoanalysis for two years. She is author of the 2001 memoir, If Nights Could Talk, and has been involved with death penalty issues since mentoring a former death row inmate, Kerry Max Cook, while he wrote his 2007 memoir, Chasing Justice.
(Fall 2000, Spring 2002, Spring 2008, Fall 2009)
Although Harvey has come and gone, many in our community continue to struggle with uncertain physical, temporal, and emotional spaces. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you recover and heal.
Registration is on going for fall courses, either online, by email, or by phone. We look forward to sharing the rest of this interesting and challenging fall with you.
The following courses are fully subscribed and have been closed. If you wish to be put on a waiting list, please email email@example.com or phone 713.666.9000.
Lois Stark: The Telling Image
Houston Collects: Contemporary Cool in River Oaks
Romantic Rarities with Brian Connelly
Wednesdays, October 18, November 1 and 15, 6:30-8:00 P.M.
Private home, check with registrar for availability
Inside the Middle East
October 26, November 2, 9, and 16
The Station Museum of Contemporary Art
1502 Alabama at LaBranch
Fall 2017 Study Tour
Newport: History Preserved
Thursday, October 26–Monday, October 30, 2017
Spring 2018 Study Tour
Mexico City: Past, Present, Future
Tuesday, April 3–Monday, April 9, 2018
Waiting list only, check with registrar
For additional information about any of our courses, to register offline, or to add your name to our mailing and/or email lists, please contact our adminstrator at registrar.houstonseminar.org or phone 713.666.9000.