A community of scholars studying great books
Dialogue with Plato. Meditate with Buddha. Seek with Anselm. Journey with Dante. Behold with Julian. Doubt with Descartes. Love with Austen. Create with Shelley. Live with Thoreau. Evolve with Darwin. Work with Marx. Sing with Du Bois. Dream with MLK.
Madeline Foley, PLS '21, wins Otto A. Bird Award
Professor Joseph Elkanah Rosenberg publishes "Wastepaper Modernism"
James Goodwin, GP '61, preserves the past and remains a "prisoner of hope."
Join a Living Tradition
At the core of the Program of Liberal Studies are the six Great Books Seminars that begin in ancient Greece and end in mid-twentieth century America. Along the way, students and faculty read a range of texts from various disciplines and geographies that have been chosen for their depth of insight into human lives and societies, their moral and aesthetic value, and their historical influence.