Western civilization is often seen as the fusion of the cultures of Jerusalem, Athens, and [...]
The Founding Fathers were of varying backgrounds and disparate political beliefs, but they shared two [...]
As an English professor, lecturer for the Honors College, and public speaker, I am afforded [...]
Once upon a time, when a person intended to learn about education, the words “Western [...]
A couple of summers ago I was part of a panel of classical educators discussing [...]
How do we recognize a classic? Tradition has held that classics are works of a [...]
If I see my logic program listed in the math section of a catalog one [...]
Greek teachers find themselves in a difficult predicament in regard to the pronunciation of Greek. [...]
In Eleanor Farjeon’s The Little Bookroom, there is a fairy tale called “The Giant and [...]
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