Johns Hopkins Unversity
Great Books at Johns Hopkins
An introduction to the humanities at Johns Hopkins and an exploration of some of the Western world’s most important literary works of art.

Of Books, Bass Lines, and Bees

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Dido and Aeneas
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Great Books at Hopkins is a course designed for first-year undergraduates that examines some of the greatest works of the literary and philosophical tradition in Europe and the Americas. With lectures, panel discussions, multimedia presentations, and small seminars, professors from a variety of academic disciplines lead students in exploring authors from Homer to the present....[MORE]