My recent article at Intellectual Takeout:
Zachary First, Managing Director of the Drucker Institute at Claremont Graduate University, opines at PayScale.com on just how misguided is the question: “Can we, in economic terms, justify investing in a degree in the humanities?”
Barely a decade ago, the conventional wisdom held that a law degree […]
How do you persuade someone to believes something you want them to believe? Is it just a matter of argument? What about emotions? Is it wrong to appeal to the emotions of your audience?
You won’t want to miss Professor Carol’s webinar “Teaching Through the Lens of the Arts,” on May 10, at 4 p.m.
From the Imaginative Conservative: “The Death of Grammar and the End of Education.”
Three great books professors at Columbia University give ideological political reasons for studying the classics. David Randall at First Things says that although it is unfortunate that political progressives talk about the classics in ideological terms, it may be simply that these academics see such language as the best or only way to reach those on […]
Hosted by the Classical Latin School Association, Memoria Press, and Highlands Latin School, the 2017 Teacher Training Conference is the perfect opportunity to enrich your classical classroom.
If you ever need an example of the practical importance of grammar, you might try to remember the story of a dairy company in Portland, Maine. In this case, it is the absence of what is known as the “Oxford comma” that could end up costing the company a cool $10 million.