The Hotchkiss School’s Keith Moon Returns for his 10th Book Course
Hotchkiss School instructor Keith Moon returns to Noble Horizons on March 22 for his 10th annual book course on Russia. This year’s selection, from “the great storyteller of Russian history” (Financial Times), is The Story of Russia by Orlando Figes. Figes not only recounts Russia’s dramatic history but reveals the stories and revisions to the stories that are vital to understanding how and why the country thinks and acts as it does today. The free course meets at Noble Horizons weekly on Wednesdays from 2-3 pm through May 3.
Keith Moon, who holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College and an M.A. from Harvard University has offered courses in Russian language, English, and History at The Hotchkiss School for over a quarter century. He holds the E. Carleton Granbery Teaching Chair and was awarded the school’s prestigious Lufkin Prize which recognizes excellence in teaching, advising, coaching, and overall service to the Hotchkiss community.
Registration for Moon’s course is below.