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Best CiRCE Institute podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best CiRCE Institute podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Forma
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Conversations with authors, teachers, creators, and community leaders that are carefully contemplating the nature and practice of classical education, aesthetic wonder, and Christian community.
 
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Close Reads
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From the Close Reads Podcast Network, Close Reads is a book-club podcast hosted by David Kern and featuring an array of contributors, including Tim McIntosh, Heidi White, and others. We read Great Books and talk about them. A NOTE ABOUT OLDER EPISODES: Since most podcast apps don't go further back than 100 episodes, you'll need to click here to listen to anything further back than that. And our first 32 episodes can be found here, on the original CiRCE Institute feed.
 
The CiRCE Institute Podcast Network is made up four regular shows: FORMA, featuring interviews and conversations with educators, writers, and thinkers. The Mason Jar featuring Cindy Rollins, all Charlotte Mason all the time. Close Reads, a book club podcast, featuring Angelina Stanford and Tim McIntosh. Ask Andrew, in which Andrew Kern answers listener questions about Christian classical education. As well as various seasonal shows like The Commons with Brian Phillips, The Divided Line with ...
 
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Proverbial
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On every episode of Proverbial, teacher and author Joshua Gibbs (How to Be Unlucky: Reflections on the Pursuit of Virtue and Something They Will Not Forget: A Handbook for Classical Teachers) explores a single proverb, some old bit of wisdom, and tries to discern what it means for modern men.
 
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The Commons
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The Commons, hosted by Brian Phillips, features conversations and contemplations about school life and leadership. Whether you are a headmaster or a homeschooling mom, these conversations are here to help your vocation with purpose, wisdom, and virtue.
 
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The Mason Jar
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From the CiRCE Institute, this re-freshed version of The Mason Jar will feature a variety of voices that hope to explore the intersection of Charlotte Mason's important work with the application of classical thought, primarily (but not necessarily exclusively) within the context of home-education.
 
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Ask Andrew
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The Ask Andrew Podcast features weekly reflections on the purpose and nature of classical education from Andrew Kern, author of Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping American, and President of the CiRCE Institute. Each week Andrew will tackle a key idea, term, or theme in classical education, briefly defining it and explaining its purpose and place within classical pedagogy.
 
Ancient Worlds is the audio series of the Ancient Art Podcast where we choose a single work of art as a launchpad for inspiration. Here we unpack the stories, history, myths, and culture from antiquity through a modern lens and with tongue firmly planted in cheek. The Ancient Art Podcast explores the art and culture of the Ancient Mediterranean World with host Lucas Livingston. Uncover the truths and unravel the mysteries of the civilizations that shaped our modern world. Each episode featur ...
 
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Today's proverb comes from Pericles. Here it is: "Wait for the wisest of counselors, time." Join Josh as he contemplates what this proverb means for modern men.
 
Today's proverb comes from Pericles. Here it is: "Wait for the wisest of counselors, time." Join Josh as he contemplates what this proverb means for modern men.
 
Join David, Heidi, and Tim as they chat about the second half of Norman Maclean's beloved novella, A River Runs through It. They chat about whether the story is a tragedy, the way the end recalls the beginning, the theme of union in the story, and the way it explores the complicated nature of human relationship (and much more, of course). Remem ...…
 
Join FORMA managing editor, Heidi White, as she chats with author Ravi Jain, about the revised edition of The Liberal Arts Tradition, the book he wrote with Kevin Clark. They chat about the purpose of the new edition, their ongoing exploration into the classical education renewal, the church's role in the movement, and much more. Don't forget y ...…
 
Join FORMA managing editor, Heidi White, as she chats with author Ravi Jain, about the revised edition of The Liberal Arts Tradition, the book he wrote with Kevin Clark. They chat about the purpose of the new edition, their ongoing exploration into the classical education renewal, the church's role in the movement, and much more.…
 
This week's proverb is commonly attributed to Saint Ambrose: "When in Rome, do as the Romans Do." Remember, if you like this podcast, it helps when you rate and review the show.
 
This week's proverb is commonly attributed to Saint Ambrose: "When in Rome, do as the Romans Do." Remember, if you like this podcast, it helps when you rate and review the show.
 
And we're off. It's time for Norman Maclean's A River Runs through It. On this episode, David, Heidi, and Tim discuss roughly the first half of the story. They chat about the central metaphors in the book, Maclean's craftsmanship as a prose writer, the subtly of the characterizations, the relationship between the brothers, and much more. Rememb ...…
 
In this episode of the podcast, managing editor, Heidi White, chats with Colorado State Senator Owen Hill about the current state of politics and education and how classical educators can approach the arena of politics.
 
It's time to answer your questions. Join David, Sarah-Jane, and Matt as they dive into the many great questions listeners submitted, included questions about the Griscam men, Prescott's failures and successes, Charlotte Mason and this book, Prescott's idealism, whether we're overrating the book, lessons for educators from Justin Martyr, and mor ...…
 
This week's proverb comes from, well, almost everyone. It's the saying, "life goes on." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates what in the world this proverb means (and whether it's even a proverb at all) and what it has to say to modern man. If you like this show, remember to rate and review it wherever you listen to podcasts.…
 
This week's proverb comes from, well, almost everyone. It's the saying, "life goes on." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates what in the world this proverb means (and whether it's even a proverb at all) and what it has to say to modern man. If you like this show, remember to rate and review it wherever you listen to podcasts.…
 
And here we are at the end. Join David, S-J, and Matt as they chat about the conclusion of The Rector of Justin. They chat about the outsized figure of Prescott, the narrator as mentee, Shakespeare in this book, and the thematic payoff of the novel.
 
This week's proverb is a French proverb without any known attribution: "To understand all is to forgive all." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates what this proverb has to say to modern men and women. If you like this podcast, be sure to rate and review it to help us spread the word.
 
This week's proverb is a French proverb without any known attribution: "To understand all is to forgive all." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates what this proverb has to say to modern men and women. If you like this podcast, be sure to rate and review it to help us spread the word.
 
David, Sarah-Jane, and Matt are back and diving into the meaty middle part of the book. They discuss the reliability of the narrators, psycho-analysis as a theme in the book, whether Prescott treated Jules Griscam justly, and much more.
 
This week's proverb comes from an unknown English source: "A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." Remember: Subscribe, rate, review.
 
This week's proverb comes from an unknown English source: "A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." Remember: Subscribe, rate, review.
 
Join David, Sarah-Jane, and Matt as they continue their discussion of The Rector of Justin. It's a long episode, so get ready for a deep dive into some of the themes that make this book what it is, with a little bit of friendly disagreement thrown in.
 
This week's proverb comes from Hesiod, in Works and Days: "Take your fill when the cask is first opened and when it is nearly spent but midways be sparing. It is poor saving when you come to lees." If you enjoy this show be sure to subscribe, rate, and review wherever you listen to podcasts.
 
This week's proverb comes from Hesiod, in Works and Days: "Take your fill when the cask is first opened and when it is nearly spent but midways be sparing. It is poor saving when you come to lees." If you enjoy this show be sure to rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.
 
Join Heidi White (Managing Editor of FORMA) as chats with poet, Sally Thomas, about how she became a poet, the various poets she loves and imitates, and the story of the poems that were published in the autumn issue of FORMA (mailing next week).
 
Join Heidi White (Managing Editor of FORMA) as chats with poet, Sally Thomas, about how she became a poet, the various poets she loves and imitates, and the story of the poems that were published in the autumn issue of FORMA (mailing next week).
 
We're back, chatting about chapters 6-9 of Louis Auchincloss' The Rector of Justin. Conversation explores the connections between Frank Prescott and Hamlet, his quixotic nature, the book's female characters, and much, much more.
 
This week's proverb comes from Petrarch: "To be able to say how much you love is to love but little." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates the philosophical and practical implications of this proverb. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!
 
This week's proverb comes from Petrarch: "To be able to say how much you love is to love but little." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates the philosophical and practical implications of this proverb. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!
 
In this final episode of season three, Renee Mathis is joined by special guest Andrew Kern who talks about what a mentor is, what we have to offer others, and why discipleship is the heart of everything we do.
 
After a one-week hiatus due to some scheduling issues, we are back! In this episode David is joined by Matt and a new contributor to the network, Sarah-Jane Bentley, who teaches at Eton College in England. They chat about the unique structure of the book, the myriad of intertextual references (and whether they matter), the similarities between ...…
 
Join Heidi White (managing editor of FORMA) as she chats with David Hicks, author of Norms and Nobility, about the value of Plutarch and his new translation of two of Plutarch's Lives, The Lawgivers. They discuss Plutarch's legacy, his motivations, the process of translating him, why he can be difficult to read, and much more.…
 
In episode 4, Joshua Gibbs contemplates a proverb from Horace: "our fathers age was worse than ours grandfathers, we, worse than they, bring forth an offspring still more advanced than ourselves in evil."
 
Join Heidi White (managing editor of FORMA) as she chats with David Hicks, author of Norms and Nobility, about the value of Plutarch and his new translation of two of Plutarch's Lives, The Lawgivers. They discuss Plutarch's legacy, his motivations, the process of translating him, why he can be difficult to read, and much more.…
 
In this week's episode, Joshua Gibbs contemplates a proverb from Horace: "our fathers age was worse than ours grandfathers, we, worse than they, bring forth an offspring still more advanced than ourselves in evil."
 
Unfortunately we had a scheduling snafu with recording for this week, so we are sharing a bonus episode that we sent to our Patrons a few months back. It's a conversation between David, Tim, and Heidi about Hemingway's famous story, "A Clean Well-lighted Place." Conversation touched on the difficulty with Hemingway and his particular craftsmans ...…
 
Join Renee Mathis as she chats with her old friend, Andrea Lipinski, the director of the CiRCE Apprenticeship program, as she shares how mentors helped her become a better teacher (at home and in the classroom) and how their influence impacted her life as a working mom. Remember: if you like this podcast you can rate and review it and help us s ...…
 
Welcome back to Proverbial with Joshua Gibbs. In this episode, Joshua contemplates a proverb from Cicero, who said that he was " . . . never less idle than when wholly idle, never less alone than when wholly alone." Joshua contemplates the implications of this proverb for modern man. Remember: when you subscribe, rate, and review you help sprea ...…
 
Welcome back to Proverbial with Joshua Gibbs. In this episode, Joshua contemplates a proverb from Cicero, who said that he was " . . . never less idle than when wholly idle, never less alone than when wholly alone." Joshua contemplates the implications of this proverb for modern man. Remember: when you subscribe, rate, and review you help sprea ...…
 
Maurice Manning is an award-winning poet from Kentucky whose new collection, Railsplitter, is written from the perspective of the posthumous Abraham Lincoln, recently assassinated and looking back at his life and death. It's out next week and it's wonderful. Manning joined David Kern recently for a conversation in his writing shed about his int ...…
 
Maurice Manning is an award-winning poet from Kentucky whose new collection, Railsplitter, is written from the perspective of the posthumous Abraham Lincoln, recently assassinated and looking back at his life and death. It's out next week and it's wonderful. Manning joined David Kern recently for a conversation in his writing shed about his int ...…
 
Welcome back to Proverbial with Joshua Gibbs. In this episode, Joshua contemplates a proverb from Jesus Christ who said that, "a Prophet is not without honor except within his own country." Joshua contemplates the context of this proverb and what it means for common contemporary people. Subscribe to the Proverbial feed today for direct access a ...…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Proverbial with Joshua Gibbs, a brand new weekly podcast from the CiRCE Podcast Network. In episode one, Joshua contemplates a proverb from the Roman poet, Horace. He wrote, "You may drive out nature with a pitchfork but she keeps coming back." Josh explores the origin of this quote, why he has been living his li ...…
 
Author of the recently released book Sufficient Hope, Christina Fox joins Renee Mathis to discuss some of the important issues facing moms and how the gospel has the answer for each of them. Remember: when you rate and review the show it helps us spread the word!
 
It's time for listener questions! In this episode, David, Tim, and Heidi answer your questions about topics like why Athena is gray-eyed, other great translations, whether Odysseus broke the hospitality code when visiting the cyclops, what first-time readers should glean from this epic poem, and much, much more. Remember: when you rate and revi ...…
 
Welcome back to Proverbial with Joshua Gibbs. In this episode, Joshua contemplates a proverb from Jesus Christ who said that, "a Prophet is not without honor except within his own country." Joshua contemplates the context of this proverb and what it means for common contemporary people.
 
Welcome to the first episode of Proverbial with Joshua Gibbs. In episode one, Joshua contemplates a proverb from the Roman poet, Horace. He wrote, "You may drive out nature with a pitchfork but she keeps coming back." Josh explores the origin of this quote, why he has been living his life according to it, and what it means for normal, average p ...…
 
Join David, Tim, and Heidi as they arrive at the end of the Odyssey. Conversation touches on Telemachus' evolution, the way the various themes come together, the stories behind stories, modes of reading, and much more. Don't forget to send in your questions for next episode!
 
Proverbial is a new podcast from the CiRCE Institute Podcast Network featuring Joshua Gibbs. Weekly, coming in October.
 
It's time to discuss the battle and the bloodshed. In this episode, David, Heidi, and Tim chat about whether Odysseus is after justice or revenge (and all the ramifications of that question) . . . and much more, of course.
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Renee Mathis chats with Josh Krebs, a counselor, therapist, and homeschooling dad of 4. They chat about husbands, wives, moms, dads, and the power of great communication.
 
In this episode of the FORMA Podcast, the audio companion to FORMA Journal and the FORMA Review, Managing Editor Heidi White chats with old friend, Tim McIntosh, a playwright, actor, and teacher, about the intersection of classical thought and contemporary theater.
 
In this episode of the FORMA Podcast, the audio companion to FORMA Journal and the FORMA Review, Managing Editor Heidi White chats with old friend, Tim McIntosh, a playwright, actor, and teacher, about the intersection of classical thought and contemporary theater.
 
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