Tag Archives: Pindar

Arguing With Art – William Lonn

Pindar in Edith Hamilton’s The Greek Way The Don Quijote Honors College has published several essays on Edith Hamilton’s books The Greek Way and The Roman Way. By now it should be clear that Hamilton, through a series of vignettes about different artists, philosophers, or modes of production, wants to explain the way(s) of a society. […]

Edith Hamilton on “The Greek Style of Writing” – William Lonn

During the panel discussion at this year’s Teach-in, the gathered scholars addressed the importance of studying history and its related fields. Art history was among the subsidiary fields considered. After describing the delineation between History and Art History as a trivial distinction, David McCullough, Pulitzer prize-winning author of Truman and John Adams, remarked that often […]