Talking Service, the Great Books Foundation’s nationwide reading and discussion program for veterans, completed a two-year pilot in December, supported by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. During the pilot, the program was implemented in 14… Read More . . .
Black history is American history. But if you, like many educators, would like to call special attention to black history in February, please consider using our lesson plan built around the text of David Dinkins’s “Martin Luther King, Jr.” This… Read More . . .
Edith Wharton’s analysis of American society in The House of Mirth and The Age of Innocence couldn’t be more timely. The manners of New York in the Gilded Age have passed away, but the prejudices, hypocrisies, and moral compromises Wharton’s… Read More . . .