Cicero and Shakespeare Sets Now Available

While I still hope to pen some reflections on this past summer's Shakespeare Symposium, today's post is purely practical in nature: announcing the sale of the complete set of those talks which many of you had the pleasure of hearing in person this year, but also the Cicero set of 2018.

Charter Members have access to all of these recordings (Cicero here and Shakespeare here) as part of their membership, but everyone else has to pay, though the prices we are offering are quite reasonable!

Each Cicero lecture is available for $6 each, or you can get all 11 for $50 (a $16 savings).  Similarly each Shakespeare lecture is available for $10 each, or all 13 for $100 (a $30 savings).  Simply click on those links to add them to your cart to buy them and enjoy them whenever and wherever you please!

Stephen Heiner

Stephen lives in Moret-sur-Loing, France. He writes on culture, the permanent things, and all things French. You can find his writing online at The American in Paris and Medium. You can also chat with him on twitter or instagram: @stephenheiner. Stephen holds a BA in English Literature and minors in Catholic Studies and Business from Rockhurst University. He holds an MBA from Saint Louis University. He also served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve as a Nuclear Biological and Chemical Defense Specialist.

7 Responses

  1. Jacob Johnson says:

    What an outstanding stock of elucidation this is! Thank you to all who brought this into being.

  2. Ben says:

    Hi Stephen – thanks for putting this all together. It is truly a pleasure to dive into the scholarly content.

    But it seems Dr. Brownlow’s Bard-related lectures are listed as part of the 11 Cicero lectures. If I’m not mistaken, would this affect the bundled deals?

    Thank you very much,

  3. Jason Guardiano says:

    Ben, I double checked the Cicero lectures of Dr. Brownlow and his lecture on “Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar” was part of the 2018 Cicero Summer Symposium.

  4. Ben says:

    Justin G thank you kind sir

    I suspected the Jonson one also off topic. Forgive my buyer-beware

  5. Ben says:

    …sorry that was to be “Jason G”

  6. Allen Wilson says:

    It looks like the link to the second Shakespeare lecture actually points to the second Cicero lecture (CRB002), and doesn’t appear to br working.

  7. Jason Guardiano says:

    I’ve corrected the link to the second Shakespeare lecture accessible to Charter members. Thank you for pointing out the mistake.