Skip to comments.Hillsdale Great Books 101
Posted on 05/03/2014 10:42:22 AM PDT by iowamark
As you've heard, Hillsdale College is offering its newest free online course: Great Books 101! Will you register today and become a Hillsdale student?
You'll be able to watch brief 35- to 50-minute lectures by Hillsdale's professors who will empower you with knowledge and insights from some of the greatest, most exhilarating stories in world history.
And as with all of Hillsdale's previous free online courses, there's no need to worry about missing a lecture. All 11 course lectures are archived so you can view them at your convenience at anytime and anywhere on your computer or tablet
And when you register right now, you'll find out how to receive your own Hillsdale College brass bookmark.
Take this opportunity to appreciate the timeless and towering achievements of great Western literature. Register for "Great Books 101" today by filling out the registration form.
Great Books 101 - Ancient to Medieval An 11-Week Online Course:
Lecture topic, instructor:
Literature and the Liberal Arts at Hillsdale, Larry P. Arnn
Homer, The Iliad, Stephen Smith
Homer, The Odyssey, David Whalen
Sophocles, Oedipus Rex, David Whalen
Virgil, The Aeneid, Patricia Bart
The David Story (1 and 2 Samuel & 1 Kings 1-2), Justin Jackson
The Book of Job, Daniel Sundahl
Saint Augustine, Confessions, Jeffery Lehman
Dante, Inferno, Stephen Smith
Chaucer, Canterbury Tales, Patricia Bart
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Justin Jackson
(Excerpt) Read more at online.hillsdale.edu ...
Got the email this morning and they’re already on Chapter 9. I have some catching up to do!
Interesting, I will have to check it out.
This looks like part of reading list for what used to be called Western Civ....for those of us who were educated in the long ago far away ;and
Hillsdale is a great college.