iTunes U for Classicists and Those Who Aspire to Be

I’ve been meaning to blog about some of the online, free courses (I’m not concentrating here on individual lectures, although there are a couple below; I might do more individual lectures some other time … I’m trying to figure out the best way to present them) which are proliferating at iTunes U which should be of interest to readers of rogueclassicism … here’s a few that I’ve come across lately:

LaTrobe University offers:

Yale:

Stanford:

UCLA:

University of Warwick:

… and not so much a course as a conference which was held at the Yale Divinity School (wish we had more conferences on iTunes … the technology isn’t that difficult!):

… and a lecture from UCL that did catch my eye:

… just a taste, perhaps. After all these years iTunes still hasn’t created a facility to alert you to things you might be interested in this sort of area (as opposed to alerting you when the latest Lady Gaga release is out)

One thought on “iTunes U for Classicists and Those Who Aspire to Be

  1. I listened to Susanna Braund’s Aeneid series and really enjoyed it. We’ve swapped a few emails since, too. There’s also a Yale course on Roman Architecture (video) that I’ve downloaded but haven’t watched yet.

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