The Arts of Liberty Project is an online, interdisciplinary resource for teachers and students of the liberal arts and liberal education. Our resources include lesson plans for entire courses the classical liberal arts of logic, rhetoric, arithmetic, geometry, and astronomy as well as study guides for great books on mathematics, natural science, literature, history, politics, philosophy, and theology.
Our Art and Architecture image library includes hundreds of high-quality images of art and architecture as these relate to the tradition of liberal education, ideal for helping situate the student of the liberal arts with an understanding of time and place.
The History of Education Timeline includes images, text, video clips, and other supporting materials that tell the story of education in the Western tradition and contextualize that story within the larger scope of world history.
Designed principally for educators, our teaching resources include lesson plans, reading outlines, questions for discussion, study guides, paper topics, exams, etc. that will be of use to anyone seeking to acquire a knowledge of the liberal arts and the great books for themselves, or to teach the same to others. The entire web site is a collaborative effort, involving scholars from around the world who are actively engaged in liberal education at the undergraduate and graduate levels.