Two absorbing journeys through human history from humanities professor Dr. Maxine Moore
Prime Evils
&
The Ancient World
Why take these video courses?

“I never cease to feel blessed and fortunate to be able to share with students the research of a lifetime of scholarship and the many fruits of international experience. Although some learners may not realize it at the time, there’s little doubt in my mind that Humanities courses are truly valuable and worthwhile: they may open up brand new academic interests for students to pursue; they may inspire “worker bees” or “homebodies” to plan that one great and unprecedented trip abroad; they will enhance enrichment of the student’s personality and imagination, as he or she comes to enjoy first-hand knowledge of art, art history, literature, religious and social traditions, philosophies, and trends; they will also help students develop better perspective, more objectivity and increase confidence in their thinking. To me, Cultural Studies is a sine qua non of education. I remain beyond grateful and enthusiastic to continue to be part of that process of helping others for as long as I can, hopefully helping them to be more prepared and motivated to make their lives, their families, and their world truly better and more beautiful.”
Maxine M. Moore

Explore Prime Evils and The Ancient World below!

Prime Evils

Prime Evils is a unique humanities course. It holds up a mirror to the folly of the human heart via a sweeping overview of human history, peppered with surprising anecdotes and examples from all periods of history including modern times. Even Banksy and Stephen King get a look in!

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$99.00
The Ancient World

This spellbinding series of lectures brings ‘dead’ history to life with a wealth of detail, covering artifacts, customs, ambitions, belief systems and pastimes of the procession of cultures which began in the Bronze Age and created the world as it was at the fall of the Byzantine Empire.

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$99.00