Tag: liberal education
Justin Dyer: Liberal Education and Citizenship in a Free Society
University of Houston: Liberal Education and Citizenship in a Free Society
John Agresto: The Death of Learning
University of Houston: The Humanities, Ethics, and Biotechnology
Jacksonville State University: Joseph Knippenberg on “Forgetting or Denying ‘The Good, the True, and the Beautiful'”
Rita Koganzon: Liberal States, Authoritarian Families
Roosevelt Montás: Rescuing Socrates
Harvard University: “Hating School: The Liberal Tradition in American Education”
Harvard University: “Let’s Be Reasonable: A Conservative Case for Liberal Education”
American University: Democratizing the Great Books
SUNY-Geneseo: The Meaning of Education in a Time of Political Turmoil
Steven McGuire: “Two Cheers for Politics”
Shilo Brooks: Why Did the Wright Brothers Succeed?
Call for Papers: Democracy, Liberal Education, and the Common Good
Frederick Douglass Forum: What’s So Liberating about the Liberal Arts?
Union League of Anchorage: A Hero’s Education
Liberal Learning and Free Speech
Should the University Be Practical or about Truth-Seeking?
Defending Liberal Education at Arizona State