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Rachel Carson

Author: Lauren Guthrie

We’re excited that you’ve joined the conversation! At HMU, we want to continue the great authors’ conversations in a contemporary context, and this blog will help us do that. We look back to Aristotle and the early philosophers who used reason and discourse to gain wisdom and now we endeavor to do the same every day.

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Please join HMU Tutors and staff in congratulating Dr. Robert Woods, who successfully completed the Doctor of Arts at Harrison Middleton University. In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Arts program, Dr. Woods submitted the following Capstone: “The Autumn of the Middle Ages: A Graduate Level Paideia Course of Study.”

 » Read more about: Doctor of Arts Graduate Robert Woods  »

Join us for the Summer Quarterly Discussion in which we’ll meet Erasmus and learn a little bit about Folly. Note that we are now offering three different discussion times in hopes of accommodating all schedules. Come and meet fellow students, alums, and staff. We also welcome members of the public, so invite family and friends. Email as****@hm*.edu for more information or to register.

Summer Quarterly Discussion opportunities:

Monday,

 » Read more about: Summer Quarterly Discussion III  »

Join us for the Summer Quarterly Discussion in which we’ll meet Erasmus and learn a little bit about Folly. Note that we are now offering three different discussion times in hopes of accommodating all schedules. Come and meet fellow students, alums, and staff. We also welcome members of the public, so invite family and friends. Email as****@hm*.edu for more information or to register.

Summer Quarterly Discussion opportunities:

Monday,

 » Read more about: Summer Quarterly Discussion II  »

Join us for the Summer Quarterly Discussion in which we’ll meet Erasmus and learn a little bit about Folly. Note that we are now offering three different discussion times in hopes of accommodating all schedules. Come and meet fellow students, alums, and staff. We also welcome members of the public, so invite family and friends. Email as****@hm*.edu for more information or to register.

Summer Quarterly Discussion opportunities:

Monday,

 » Read more about: Summer Quarterly Discussion I  »

Join Tutor Peter Ponzio as he participates in Dickens Universe featuring Great Expectations, July 21-July 27, 2024. The Dickens Universe is a unique cultural event that brings together scholars, teachers, students, and members of the general public for a week of stimulating discussion and festive social activity. Virtual and in-person attendance options are available. Click here for more information or to register: https://dickens.ucsc.edu/universe/index.html.

 » Read more about: Dickens Universe  »

The April Quarterly Discussion is right around the corner. Join us for a discussion of two enigmatic short stories: one by L. M. Montgomery and another by Ted Chiang. Register for the 1.5 hour discussion on either Thursday, April 25 at 4 pm PDT or Saturday, April 27 at 9 am PDT. Reach out to Alissa with questions or for registration at as****@hm*.edu. Everyone is welcome. We look forward to speaking with you!

 » Read more about: April Quarterly Discussion II  »

The April Quarterly Discussion is right around the corner. Join us for a discussion of two enigmatic short stories: one by L. M. Montgomery and another by Ted Chiang. Register for the 1.5 hour discussion on either Thursday, April 25 at 4 pm PDT or Saturday, April 27 at 9 am PDT. Reach out to Alissa with questions or for registration at as****@hm*.edu. Everyone is welcome. We look forward to speaking with you!

 » Read more about: April Quarterly Discussion I  »

Please join HMU Tutors and staff in congratulating Nasreen Ali, who successfully completed the Bachelor of Arts in Humanities at Harrison Middleton University. In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Humanities program, Ms. Ali submitted the following Capstone: “Anne with an E: A Radical Adaptation of a Classic.”  

 » Read more about: Bachelor of Arts Graduate Nasreen Ali  »

Join Tutor Alissa Simon as she participates in the Atlantic’s “Health Summit” online seminar, and hear about the future of scaling innovation, sustainable solutions to improve patient care, and the complexity and opportunity in this revolutionary moment in health care. Visit the Atlantic’s event website for more information or to register: https://www.theatlantic.com/live/health-summit-event-2024/.

 » Read more about: Atlantic’s Health Summit  »

Join Tutor Alissa Simon as she participates in Classical Pursuits’ “Adam Bede: Daydreams, Deeds, and Destiny” online seminar. When it was published in 1859, Adam Bede became the most reviewed novel of the year, and proved so popular that Queen Victoria commissioned paintings based on it and a race horse was named after the title character. Contemporary reviewers raved about the novel’s vivid characters and powerful evocation of the provincial life of 60 years earlier.

 » Read more about: Classical Pursuits’ Adam Bede  »

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