Reading Schedule & Archive

To view a particular piece in the CUA Primer, follow the link on the piece’s page number reference. If the post about that piece has already been published, you can follow the link on the piece’s title to see it. If the post featuring someone from the CUA community responding to that piece has already been published, you can follow the link on the response’s title to see that response.

Date
(2017)
Title of Piece
(with response titles)
Primer
page(s)
6/21 My Expectation (am)
(pm response: Age-Old Questions)
3–4
6/22 Unnerved to the Core (am)
(pm response: A Walk in the Woods)
5
6/23 That I May Rise (am)
(pm response: On Donne’s Use of the Siege Drama)
6
6/24 A Joy Ever New (am)
(pm response: Experiencing Joy)
7–9
6/26 Stirs Minds to Movement (am)
(pm response: On Hope as a Uniquely Human Emotion)
10
6/27 Foolish Christians (am)
(pm response: On writing faith)
11–12
6/28 Both Flesh and, Somehow, Light (am)
(pm response: On Federer/Nadal)
13
6/29 Breeze of the Centuries (am) (pm response: On Reading Old Books) 14
6/30 What Concerns Antiquity (am)
(pm response: ‘More Weighty Matters’ )
15–16
7/1 An Eye for Things Overlooked (am)
(pm response: Sculpture as Seeing)
17–18
7/3 Tease Us Out of Thought (am) (pm response: On Romantic Naïveté) 19–20
7/4 “Never mind what I did, Your Honor…” (am)
(pm response: Two Truths and a Lie)
21
7/5 Experience Beyond Need (am)
(pm response: On Blessing and Redemption)
22–23
7/6 A Problem of Ecology (am)
(pm response: On Unintended Consequences)
24
7/7 A Human Transaction (am)
(pm response: On Mind and Body)
25–26
7/10 Living, Breathing Discourse
(7/11 response: On Conversations with Books)
27–29
7/12 Labor Faithfully
(7/13 response: On Justice)
30–33
7/14 Failure of Language
(7/15 response: On Recollection)
34–35
7/17 Q. E. D.
(7/18 response: The Art of Proof)
36–37
7/19 A Shared Thirst
(7/20 response: Reading Nietzsche)
38–39
7/21 Our Heart is Restless
(7/22 response: On Origins)
40–41
7/24 To Teach Them Love
(7/25 response: A Student of Love)
42
7/26 The Art that Liberates Us
(7/27 response: On Life and Letters)
43–45
7/28 None More Wondrous
(7/29 response: Relationships and Identity)
46–47
7/31 When Fortune Seems Kind
(8/1 response: Paradoxes of Fortune)
48
8/2 Their Awful Duty
(8/3 response: On Entitlement)
49
8/4 The Economic Theory of Utility
(8/5 response: On Happiness)
50–51
8/7 It Barely Crossed His Mind
(8/8 response: What is evil?)
52–53
8/9 Masters and Possessors of Nature
(8/10 response: On Translating Descartes)
54
8/11 And for All This
(8/12 response: On the Creator in Creation)
55
8/14 The Little Light that Might Want to Shine
(8/15 response: Houses of God in the District of Columbia: A Photo Essay)
56
8/16 The Steerage
(8/17 response: On Seeing and Journeys)
57
8/18 To Follow Men Like Them
(8/19 response: On Our Parents)
58–59
8/21 In a Sense All Things 60–61
Photo: “Clock Tower” by Diego Maia is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0.