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The Conversatio

If you are interested in joining us in the Conversatio, this is a great time to do it. We've finished up Virgil's Aeneid, and next month (on September 27th) we will begin a new series, delving into Southern Gothic literature (1930s - 1960s).  We are starting with the little known novella, The Member of the Wedding by Carson McCullers. The setting is a small Georgia town in the sweltering month of August!  Those of you who have been enduring these days in the South will appreciate the way the heat is practically a character in the novel!  

Fall & Winter Workshops:

New Parent Workshop Coming this Fall...

Why is the Trivium an important concept in education? And, moreover, what is it? Join us to explore the original idea of "Trivium."
The True Meaning of the Trivium
Texts: Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics  (available online)
Beauty in the Word by Stratford Caldecott
The Trivium by Sister Miriam Joseph, C.S.C., Ph. D.
Dates and Time:  4:00 pm EST--Fridays, Sept. 27 - Nov. 15, 2017 

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Coming Next Winter...


Text: Traditional Logic I by Martin Cothran

Day & Time: Tuesdays: 5:00 – 6:15 pm EST (February 7- March 28, 2017)

Tutor: TBD




....Read more about all of our Workshops HERE.

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Harvey Center tutors are dedicated to getting to know their students, helping them identify strengths and weaknesses, and sharing with them the joy of learning. Read more about our history here. We encourage you and other members of your family to study along with your students, therefore, we provide Parent Workshops in many unique subjects, Great Books discussion groups, and more. 


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