Getting to know the authors who make up our cultural past and who are the basis of the work of new writers and artists has always been part of the Literature subject. However, currently, there are voices that are raised questioning such a statement. The reasons are varied but fundamentally they allude to the little connection that these works have […]… Learn more.
If you went to high school in the United States anytime since the 1960s, you were likely assigned some of the following books: Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” “Julius Caesar” and “Macbeth”; John Stein… Learn more.
Cornel West and his co-author made a common mistake when they wrote a recent essay in The Washington Post chastising Howard University for eliminating its classics department. Reducing the decision to a “spiritual … Learn more.