Grant Horner


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July 11, 1964

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Grant Horner is a full-time Associate Professor at The Masters College in Santa Clarita, CA. He specializes in literary and cultural studies, especially Renaissance and Reformation studies, philosophy, theology, art history, and film studies. He teaches a Medieval/Renaissance survey course, and upper division courses on Milton, Shakespeare, Poetry and Poetics, Epic, Dramatic Literature, Critical Theory (Pre-Socratics through Derrida), Art History, Film Studies, Classical Christian Humanism, Classical Latin, & Comedy. He also teaches Art History in Germany and Italy for AMBEX. Some of the languages he speak includes Koine Greek, Anglo-Saxon, Middle English, Middle French, and Medieval Latin. Dr. Horner has been an invited lecturer at Cal ...more

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Meaning at the Movies: Beco...

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John Milton: Classical Lear...

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“The consummation of a revelation is always dependent upon its genesis.”
Grant Horner, Meaning at the Movies: Becoming a Discerning Viewer

“No evil equals no plot equals no movie equals no money. Thus the paradox: while we convince ourselves we are good (or at least not depraved), our most powerful art form is built upon the revelation that this is a lie.”
Grant Horner, Meaning at the Movies: Becoming a Discerning Viewer



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