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Lyceum
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Lyceum Nov 18
Come learn about "The Way of the Warrior" with the brilliant and wise Professor David Howell.
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Zachary Davis Nov 17
The 1909 Manifesto of Futurism prophecied many aspects of our wondrous and barbaric age: novelty, speed, revolution and violence. The great Jeffrey Schnapp explains the context and influence of this endlessly dynamic text.
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Writ Large Nov 17
Robinson Crusoe is about a shipwrecked man surviving on an island, but its also a very complex work about the emerging global economy and what it means to be an individual within a society. Listen to Stephanie DeGooyer's wonderful discussion of this enduringly interesting story.
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Zachary Davis Nov 17
Many of you are now learning online or have children who are. Tomorrow 7pm I'll be speaking to MIT's Sanjay Sarma and about the present and future of learning and how to ensure we and our children gain the knowledge to reach our potential.
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Lyceum Nov 12
Check out this live conversation about the future of learning with Sanjay Sarma, head of Open Learning.
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Lyceum Oct 28
Come learn about the greatest play of all time, from Shakespeare For All.
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Shakespeare For All Oct 14
Our first course, "Shakespeare's Life, World & Works," is now available! Check out the course page at . Emma Smith is our wonderful featured scholar
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Lyceum Oct 13
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Lyceum Oct 7
Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.
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Dominic Perry (Egypt Podcast) Aug 26
New episode: my interview with Prof. ! Part 1, "The Cost of Death," in which we explore the craft and costs of preparing an ancient Egyptian burial. Listen now on apps like , Spotify, Google etc. ♥️
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Lyceum Aug 27
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And if you make (or just really enjoy) a podcast that you think would be useful for teachers, please fill out this survey:
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Lyceum Aug 27
We're thrilled to partner with on Nested Learning Collective, a new initiative collecting high-quality learning resources (including podcasts) for teachers scrambling to teach remotely during the pandemic. You can learn more at .
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Lyceum Aug 21
🗣️ by 🔁Resettled by and You can listen to all of these shows and more on the app. Download and learn more at .
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Lyceum Aug 21
More than 270 million people worldwide are on the move. These podcasts about migration give voice to those looking for home in a new land: ⛈️Tempest Tossed by 🌱Beginner by and 👣 by 🚨Homeland Insecurity by
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Lyceum Aug 7
We hosted a conversation about the future of with the brilliant team last month and you can now listen to it here.
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Accentricity-Podcast Jul 28
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Very Bad Wizards Jul 24
Take a break from this site and start reading (or rereading) Dostoevsky's hilarious profound masterpiece The Brothers Karamozov! and have a 5 episode miniseries on BK for and that drops at the beginning of September!
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University Bookman Jul 23
Great discussion and so nice to hear Scialabba live for the first time. Nice work and thanks and for hosting.
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Morten Høi Jensen Jul 23
Please join us (again) for a conversation with George Scialabba this evening. We’ll be discussing suffering, modernity, and the intellectual life. Thrilled to be in the company of and - hosted by
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Commonweal Magazine Jul 16
Just a couple hours away....join us for a compelling conversation w/ George Scialabba & friends on suffering and the intellectual life. RSVP for link:
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