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Book Discussions for Classical Educators

–Wisdom from Abraham Lincoln

"A capacity and taste for reading gives access to whatever has already been discovered by others."

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We Meet Virtually

Small Group Connections

Meet other classical educators and build new friendships. Each group is limited to 14 people.

Live discussions led by a veteran facilitator

Each book discussion group is lead by an experienced leader well-acquainted with the great books.

Free to all ClassicalU subscribers

There is no charge to participate for ClassicalU subscribers. Sign up early to as spots fill up quickly.

Upcoming Book Groups

Confessions

with Jeremy Sheeler

Study the Confessions of St. Augustine–the remarkable autobiography of one of the most remarkable men of the ancient world. 

Starts on Wed., 01/07/21
Runs for 6 weeks, meets 1x week
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT

Nichomachean Ethics

with Nicole Corbo

Study the The Nichomachean Ethics of Aristotle, the most profound book on virtue ethics and habit formation.  

Starts on Wed., 01/07/21
Runs for 6 weeks, meets 1x week
7:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT

Reading Groups Led by Graduates of the M.A. in Liberal Arts Program of St. Johns College

Enjoy reading and discussing great books under the leadership of these thoughtful facilitators–all of whom have studied great books at the Graduate Institute of St. Johns College.

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7 in 10 educators say they wish they could read great books with others

Teachers are busy but they want to read and crave the fellowship of like-minded educators.