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dc.contributor.authorPonniah, Thomas-
dc.descriptionpresentation transcript in .pdf formaten
dc.description.abstractThe Western version of a Great Books course of study was inspired by the medieval and Renaissance educational ideal of a liberal arts education, believed to be crucial to producing a well-rounded, free human being who had the moral and intellectual preparation for social and civic live. I am a believer in the importance of Great Books, but how does one teach them in a world characterized by globalization, and the belief - though not always the practice - of gender, racial, ethnic, and sexual equality?en
dc.publisherPresented at the 2015 PoE conferenceen
dc.subjectPoE 2015en
dc.subjectgreat booksen
dc.titleThe Global Great Books Instituteen
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