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“Kallion believes those who teach the Humanities should be recognized as leadership trainers and those who perform leadership roles should harness the power of continual reflection within a life of action.”–from the Kallion Vision Statement Abstract In this […]

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The moment when an individual or group hands power over to another is perhaps the most fraught and vulnerable event in an organization’s life, but also one that is full of potential and opportunity.

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A panel at the 2021 Society for Classical Studies annual meeting, Chicago, IL Sponsored by the International Plutarch Society. Organized by Mallory Monaco Caterine, Tulane University, and Jeffrey Beneker, University of Wisconsin, Madison For better or worse, the […]

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Kallion’s mission is “to develop better leadership across all sectors and communities through the humanities.” As the Director of Pedagogy, it’s my job to help instructors develop course materials and teaching methods that transform learners into leaders. But […]

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Part 1: Background Today when students think about a Shakespeare play, they might conjure up the movie they watched instead of reading the play or an actor in a ruff (probably holding a skull) on a proscenium arch […]

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by Mac Williams (Coker College) and Norman Sandridge (Howard University). Part One: Summary In this piece we introduce a short story, “El Muerto” (1946), by Jorge Luis Borges and invite you to develop an understanding of the main […]

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I imagine most–if not all–humanities professors would like to educate a person to become someone like this. Many of us probably imagine that this is exactly the kind of person we do help create: She (or he) is […]

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Education seems to pay. Human capital purism advances a single explanation: education pays because education teaches lots of useful job skills. A tempting story…until you stare at what schools teach, what students learn, and what adults know. Then […]

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I never imagined that this would be as interesting and informative and affecting as it is–Jaedene Levy, clinical social worker and psychotherapist For the past two years, beginning in January of 2016, I have helped organize a conversation […]

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In 2018, thirteen intrepid classicists ventured into uncharted territory: they wrote business cases for the “Becoming a Leader” series of Ancient Leadership case studies for the online SAGE Business Cases (SBC). Following on their successful experiment, I would […]