A walk in Pascal's footsteps, How to Revive American Civic Life, and Diversifying the "Great Books" Canon
Gracious readers, This week, we’ll explore: Jacques Maritain, one of the greatest philosophers of the 20th century, on the purpose of education Join us…
Reflections on one of history's greatest novelists; A video premiering on how his ideas that can help us live well today; Should we diversify the Great…
Gracious reader, This week we’ll explore: The legacy of an unsung hero of moderation, Erasmus of Rotterdam Celebrating Erasmus’ birthday today! He was …
Some basic reminders for building community and having good conversations for your whole life, an invitation to discuss, & the recording for our discus…
An invitation to talk about King and the classics, what I am learning right now—and read to the end for details on a new ONE YEAR Wondrium giveaway!
Enjoy our conversation with Margaret Visser, and invitation to dialogue on Dr. King & the Classics
Dear all, I write to remind you of a special CR subscriber-only event today in only 2.5 hours: a conversation with classist and award winning writer, M…
Teaching Company giveaways, last chance to register for our conversation on manners in the ancient world with Margaret Visser tomorrow, and more!
Gracious readers, I write to invite you to a very special event this coming Saturday, Sept 25th, 2021 at 2pm EST: A conversation on ritual, manners and…
Gracious reader, Thank you for being a Civic Renaissance subscriber! As a patron of this project, you receive exclusive invitations to conversations, c…
Update on "Five classic books that will change your life"— and read to the end for this week's book give away, "How to think like Shakespeare"!