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Museum of the American Revolution “State Constitutions-Palooza Weekend” with Various Activities, September 17-18

State Constitutions Palooza September 17-18, 2022 Click here to register or learn more>> State constitutions have been in the news lately, but it’s not the first time they’ve been center stage. Since the nation’s founding, state constitutions have been a testing ground for democracy, featuring radical experimentation, careful conservatism, and everything in between. But with […]

Great Lakes Christian College “A Bargain with the Devil? Frederick Douglass, Slavery, and the U.S. Constitution” with Raul Rodriguez, September 16

A Bargain with the Devil? Frederick Douglass, Slavery, and the U.S. Constitution Speaker: Raul G. Rodriguez of Michigan State University Date: Friday, September 16, 2022 Location: Great Lakes Christian College How should a believer think about the American Constitution, particularly with regard to its seeming accommodation of the historical injustice of slavery? This is the […]

Northwest Nazarene University “Civil Religion and Nationalism in U.S. Politics and Culture” with John Wilsey, September 16

"Civil Religion and Nationalism in U.S. Politics and Culture" Lecture and Question/Answer Session Date: Friday, September 16th at 6:30pm Speaker: Dr. John Wilsey Dr. Wilsey is an Associate Professor of Church History and Philosophy at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and he has published on issues relating to religion, politics, and the American founding

American Philosophical Society: “Electing the President: The Debates on the Electoral College at the Constitutional Convention of 1787” and “A Walking Tour of the Constitution in Old City” with Warren Hofstra, Mohammad Obeid, and Kevin Hardwick, September 16-17

The American Philosophical Society will be hosting a Virtual Reality Constitutional Convention Event and Lunch on September 16th at 10am and a Constitution Constitutional: A Walking Tour of the Constitution in Old City on September 16 at 1:30pm. and the 17th at 11:00am. Click here to learn more>> "Electing the President: The Debates on the Electoral […]

Oglethorpe University “Constitutionalism and the Constitution Between Populism and Cosmopolitanism” with Khalil Habib, Sara Henary, and Benjamin Gross, September 16

Constitutionalism and the Constitution Between Populism and Cosmopolitanism Speakers: Ben Gross, Sara Henary, & J. David Alvis Date: Friday, September 16th at 1 p.m. , 2 p.m., & 4 p.m. Location: Conant Performing Arts Center Oglethrope University has convened three distinguished scholars to discuss the place of the Constitution and constitutionalism in contemporary political discourse and […]

Biola University “Justice Clarence Thomas’s Jurisprudence of Constitutional Restoration” with Dr. Ralph Rossum, September 16 at 1:30 p.m.

Justice Clarence Thomas’s Jurisprudence of Constitutional Restoration Speaker: Dr. Ralph Russom Date: Friday, September 16th, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. Location: Kim Dining Room, Biola University In celebration of Constitution and Citizenship Day, Torrey Honors College and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences are hosting Biola University's official Constitution Day event on Friday, September 16th.  Dr. Ralph Rossum (Claremont McKenna College […]

Bellarmine University “Constraining Leviathan: Ideology and Constitutional Political Economy” with Abigail R. Hall Blanco, September 16 at 3pm

Constitution Symposium’s Constitution Day Lecture Lecturer: Abigail R. Hall Blanco, Associate Professor of Economics at University of Tampa Title: “Constraining Leviathan: Ideology and Constitutional Political Economy” Date: Friday, September 16th at 3:00 p.m. Location: Small Science Theater (Pasteur 102), Bellarmine University, 2001 Newburg Road, Louisville, Kentucky 40205 How can government be both empowered and constrained?  This is the central question […]

Providence College “The Great Debate: James Baldwin vs. William F. Buckley on Slavery and the American Dream,” September 16 at 3:00 p.m.

On September 16, 2022, the Frederick Douglass Project at Providence College will hold a screening and discussion of the famed 1965 Cambridge University debate between James Baldwin and William F. Buckley, "Has the American Dream been achieved at the expense of the American Negro?”: “Has the American Dream been achieved at the expense of the […]

Xavier University “Constitution Day Colloquium” with Dr. Melissa Matthes & Xavier Faculty , September 16th and 17th

CONSTITUTION DAY COLLOQUIUM To commemorate the 233rd anniversary of the ratification of the Constitution, Xavier University is hosting a two-day Constitution Day Colloquium. The event, which takes place on Sept. 17 and 18, 2021, brings students and faculty together to engage in detailed readings and discussion on the Founders' ideas and their relevance to the […]