St. John’s College is sponsoring a lecture series this fall. The lectures are free and open to the public and will be held in the Francis Scott Key Auditorium on Fridays at 8:15 p.m.
For more information: www.stjohnscollege.edu.
Upcoming Friday Night Lectures
- September 7 “On Homer’s ‘Iliad,’” by Adam Schulman, St. John’s College tutor
- September 14 “What is Free Speech for the Sake of?” by William Braithwaite, St. John’s College tutor
- September 28 Homecoming, “The Musical Universe and Mozart’s ‘Magic Flute,’” by Peter Kalkavage, St. John’s College tutor
- October 12 Steiner Lecture, “The New Atheism and the Modern Novel,” by James Wood, professor of the Practice of Literary Criticism, Harvard University
- October 19 “Paradoxes of Elections,” by Steven Crockett, visiting St. John’s College tutor
- October 26 Topic to be announced, by Dr. Daniel Selcer, associate professor and director of Graduate Studies, Duquesne University
- November 2 “Melodies and Faces: A ‘Meno’ Meditation,” by David Stephenson, St. John’s College tutor
- November 30 “The Conference in the Meadow: The Choice of Life in Plato’s ‘Myth of Er,’” by Greg Recco, St. John’s College tutor