We could go on and on about how fun, great, exciting, super amazing Great Books is, but what could be better than letting these student-made films show you instead?
Live Your Literature
Walk in the steps of famous writers like C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien. Read Macbeth and then see it performed at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon. Live your literature at the University of Oxford’s Great Books Summer Program.
Mentors Drive Learning & Living Your Truth
Meet Spencer Lenfield, one of the many Program Assistants at Great Books camps. His goal is to create a welcoming place to communicate a love of ideas. Spencer is a standout role model, as both a Harvard graduate and a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford.
Inspiring Change Through Philosophy
Great Books Co-Founder Dr. Peter Temes discusses how studying literary greats, like Walt Whitman, can help students aspire to be better versions of themselves. Students learn to appreciate different perspectives and create lasting connections.
Exploring the Mystery of “Book People”
Great Books students showcase their film talents after a week-long movie elective. This memorable mockumentary explores the migration patterns, eating habits, and elusive behaviors displayed by a unique breed known as “Book People.”