DPL-11: Astrology, History, and Culture: Bronze Age to Islamic Renaissance

Astrology Diploma Module for Certification

DPL-11: Astrology, History, and Culture: Bronze Age to Islamic Renaissance

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DPL-11: Astrology, History, and Culture: Bronze Age to Islamic Renaissance (for credit) $307

This registration if for students who are enrolled in the IAA Diploma Program. If you are not an IAA Diploma Program student, you can audit this course (no homework, no final exam, no credit) for a reduced fee. Please select the "audit only" option to register.

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DPL-11: Astrology, History, and Culture: Bronze Age to Islamic Renaissance (to audit) $207

This registration is to audit the course only (no homework, no final exam, no credit). If you are an IAA Diploma Program student and need a credit, please select the "for credit" option instead.

Available Tickets: 100
The DPL-11: Astrology, History, and Culture: Bronze Age to Islamic Renaissance (to audit) ticket is sold out. You can try another ticket or another date.

Date

Sep 17 2020

Time

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Sep 17 2020
  • Time: 19:00 - 20:30

Cost

$307.00
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Instructors

  • Joseph Crane
    Joseph Crane
    Instructor

    Joseph Crane, M.A., has been an astrologer, teacher, and writer on astrology since the late 1980s. Over the years he has combined his knowledge of astrological technique and his counseling experience to work with hundreds of clients and has an active consulting practice.

    Joseph has also helped professional and aspiring astrologers to develop their knowledge and skills. He has taught training programs on ancient and modern astrological technique and counseling skills for astrologers. He has taught courses for astrologers and astrology students in mythology, history, and philosophy.

    Joseph is the author of A Practical Guide to Traditional Astrology (1997), Astrological Roots: The Hellenistic Legacy (2007), and Between Fortune and Providence: Astrology and the Universe in Dante’s Divine Comedy (2012). He has also written a number of articles in astrological technique, ancient understanding and practice of astrology, and the relationship between astrology and literature.

    He has a BA in philosophy from Brandeis University and an MA in counseling psychology from Lesley University. Joseph has been a Buddhist practitioner since 1980. He lives in southern Rhode Island.

    Website: http://www.astrologyinstitute.com/