Jesse Hake

Episode 16: David Hicks on Christian Life and His Forthcoming Book

While recording for his new ClassicalU course on teaching, school leadership, and the history of education, David Hicks sat down for a conversation. In this first of two parts, he shares about the Christian life, classical architecture, monasticism, and his forthcoming book The Stones Cry Out (releasing fall of 2024 from Classical Academic Press). The first question in this…

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Episode 15: Junius Johnson on Teaching Music

Jesse speaks with Dr. Junius Johnson about a forthcoming new course on ClassicalU about music education. Dr. Johnson’s love and knowledge regarding classical music (including his professional experience playing the French horn) are inspiring.

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Episode 14: Disability and Classical Education with Dr. Amy Richards

Jesse speaks with Dr. Amy Richards about her all-new course entitled Disability and Classical Education: Student Formation in Keeping with Our Common Humanity and her forthcoming book with us on this topic.

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Episode 13: Chatting with Junius Johnson about God and Time

As Junius Johnson was recording three forthcoming new courses for ClassicalU.com about Augustine, medieval history, and music, Jesse Hake recorded this conversation with him about God and time in theology and philosophy. (For more, see our course on Essential Philosophy with David Schenk as well as Junius Johnson’s courses on Theology of Beauty and the Imagination and On Teaching Fairy Stories.)

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Episode 12: Danielle Bennette Dukes and Teaching with a Golden Thread

Danielle Bennette Dukes reflects on her course Teaching with a Golden Thread and shares about ideas for a retreat in New Orleans with a small number of educators seeking to spend more time reflecting on the theme of place and its relation to our capacities as Christians to see goodness and beauty in our world…

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Episode 11: Introducing our Women in the Liberal Arts Tradition course with Brian Williams

Brian Williams (Dean of the Templeton Honors College as well as the College of Arts & Humanities at Eastern University, and General Editor of Principia: A Journal of Classical Education) talks with Jesse Hake about “Women in the Liberal Arts Tradition” which is the third graduate course available in partnership with Templeton Honors College’s MAT.

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Episode 10: Introducing our Women in the Liberal Arts Tradition course with Joelle Hodge

Joelle Hodge (author and Classical Academic Press executive leader) shares with Jesse Hake about the forthcoming ClassicalU course “Women in the Liberal Arts Tradition” that will be available for graduate credit with the Templeton Honors College’s Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) and that Joelle developed as part of her masters degree work in the MAT program.

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Episode 09: Recovering the Lost Tools of Leadership with David Seibel

David Seibel, the Head of School at Coram Deo Academy (in Carmel, Indiana), discusses his forthcoming book and ClassicalU course on Recovering the Lost Tools of Leadership.

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Episode 08: Karen Moore on her CU Course

In episode 8, Jesse talks with Latin educator Karen Moore about her experiences as a teacher, her recent graduate studies, and as she visits to record two new courses on ClassicalU: one on Virgil’s Aeneid and another on Teaching Latin with Art & Archaeology. 

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Episode 07: Karen Moore and the Tournament of Laurels

In this episode, Jesse chats with Karen Moore about her work with the new Tournament of Laurels event for Latin students. Karen has a couple of new courses coming soon on ClassicalU.com, and don’t miss her existing course on Essential Latin. (Please note that this episode will be followed by another with Karen Moore focused…

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