Reading Group Signups!

Led by ClassicalU Presenters​ & 
Graduates or Students of the Master’s Program at St. John’s College 

Fill out the signup form below for all upcoming group discussions.

Free to ClassicalU subscribers!

(See below for more on the master’s program at 
St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland and Santa Fe, New Mexico.)




Master of Arts in Liberal Arts from the Graduate Institute of St. John’s College

Jeremy Sheeler

Toini Lambert

Nicole Corbo

John Paul Asija


  • Free and limited to subscribers on ClassicalU.com (subscription pricing here)
  • Closed at about 12 participants per discussion group (with 2 sign-ups required to open any discussion)
  • Posting will initially list 1 to 5 sessions per book or reading (with the option for the leader to add addition sessions for anyone in the group if some wish to extend)
  • Live video-conferencing sessions via Zoom (with video and audio recordings available afterward)
  • When confirming participation with your discussion group leader, please plan to participate in as many discussion sessions as possible
  • Unless specifically noted by the discussion leader, any translation or edition of the selected text is acceptable
  • In case of emergencies, discussion leaders will coordinate the rescheduling of any missed sessions with as many participants as feasible

Graduate Institute of St. John’s College

The Master of Arts in Liberal Arts program at the Graduate Institute of St. John’s College (Maryland and New Mexico) provides a comprehensive, 4-semester, postgraduate education in Great Books (which may be completed in 4 summers). Whether you are right out of college, concluding a successful career, or somewhere in the middle, this program welcomes sustained engagement, reflection, and interaction through rigorous seminar discussion. A 2-summer, fully accredited Liberal Arts Education Certificate is also available. See the reading lists and FAQs for more information.

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