Performing Shakespeare in Your Classroom

In this course, Timothy McIntosh works with five students to demonstrate his approach to teaching Shakespeare’s plays through performance. Tim insists upon starting with performance…

Women in the Tradition

**Note: Course Under Construction (Not Active)** Course Description Philosophy, Wisdom, the Liberal Arts, the Muses, and the Virtues are personified as women in the long…

The Art of Poetry Graduate Course

About the Instructor Your professor for this graduate course is Dr. Kathryn Smith. Along with Dr. Smith, Teacher Assistant Nate Antiel will support graduate students…

Teaching the Bible Classically

Course Introduction In this course, Bible scholar and professor Dr. Fred Putnam presents a course on teaching the Bible as a classic or classical text.…

Narration: A Classical Guide

Course Introduction The English educator and reformer Charlotte Mason (1842 – 1923) encouraged the practice of a reading practice called narration in which students learned…

Myth Made Fact

Course Introduction   With C. S. Lewis, whose own acceptance of Christ hinged on his understanding that Christ is the myth become fact, this course…

Teaching Modern Political Philosophy

Many students today are confused as they encounter charged and changing ideas about ethics, race, gender, identity, sexuality and civic life generally. What are the…