In Defense of Cultural Criticism in Trump’s America
Why the arts need a space the state can't touch—and how we get there.
“Nevertheless she persisted.” | OUPblog
This week we saw a male US senator silence his female colleague on the floor of the United States Senate....
What the Ancient Classics Can Teach Us About Leadership
Words from classical figures such as Xenophon of Athens can guide today's leaders, according to WSJ Leadership Expert C.L. Max...
Five Ancient Greek And Roman Influences In 'John Wick 2'
This weekend brought the release of 'John Wick: Chapter 2,' a movie that remixes classical culture in new ways. Here...
10 classical books everyone should read
They’re probably there somewhere, quite far down on your reading list, saved for the rainiest of days if ever the Internet...
There is no such thing as western civilisation
The Long Read: The values of liberty, tolerance and rational inquiry are not the birthright of a single culture. In...
Ditching classics at A-level is little short of a tragedy
Classics underpins much of the modern world; the AQA exam board’s decision to end A-levels in classical civilisation, archaeology and...
It was a real gateway': readers defend A-level classical civilisation
A-level classical civilisation is set for the chop according to AQA. Here, some of our readers defend the subject
What Classics Professors Can Teach the Rest of Us
It's a lesson about mutual respect.
The Classics Can Console
Christopher Krebs reviews “Classical Literature: An Epic Journey From Homer to Virgil and Beyond” by Richard Jenkyns.