WILD WILL GIVE NEW INT. RELATIONS COURSE
"International Relations" Is Title of Extension Course Gov't. Professor Gives in February
Causes of the current wars in Europe and Asia will be the subject of a new evening course by Associate Professor Payson S. Wild Jr. to be offered starting Feb. 7 by the commission on Extension Courses of Harvard and ten other Greater Boston institutions.
The course, entitled "International Relations," will be held Wednesday nights, 7:15 to 8.45 o'clock, in Emerson Hall.
Other courses of the Commission opening in the first week of February will be: "The History of France Since Napoleon," Assistant Professor Donald C. McKay, Tuesday and Fridays at 7:30 o'clock, starting Feb. 6. Emerson Hall; "Psychology of Personality." Professor Wayland F. Vaughan. Boston University, Mondays and Thursdays 7:30 o'clock, starting Feb. 5, Emerson Hall; and "General Zoology," Assistant professor Frank M. Carpenter, Saturdays at 10 a.m., beginning Feb. 3, at the Biological Laboratories.