Tag: Constitutional Studies Program
University of Portland: The Fourteenth Amendment
Notre Dame: How to Protect Free Speech from Big Tech
Notre Dame: Original Meaning or Framers’ Intent?
Notre Dame: The Electoral College Abolished?
Notre Dame: Coronavirus and the Constitution
Notre Dame: Slavery at the Constitutional Convention
RealClear American Civics: Constitutional Studies at the University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame: The Second Trump Impeachment
Notre Dame: The 2020 Election: What to Expect?
Notre Dame: “The Political Thought of Woodrow Wilson”
Notre Dame: “The Battle for Barrett,” a Panel Discussion
Notre Dame: Nicholas Buccola’s The Fire is upon Us
Notre Dame: “Presidential Power in the Age of Trump”
Notre Dame: How to Think About The Federalist
Notre Dame: The Trump Impeachment, A Panel Discussion
Notre Dame: The Flight 93 Election
Notre Dame: LGBTQ Rights and Religious Liberty
Notre Dame: Reconstructing America
Notre Dame: James Madison, the Founder of Modern Founding
Notre Dame: What is Conservatism in the Age of Trump?
Job Opening: Open Rank Faculty Position at Notre Dame
Notre Dame: American Priest – Notre Dame’s Father Ted Hesburgh
Notre Dame: The Virtue of Nationalism
Notre Dame: Smith, Scalia, and Religious Free Exercise
Notre Dame: The Crisis of Modernity
Notre Dame: The Antifederalist Appropriation of the Constitution
Notre Dame: A Conference Celebrating the Scholarly Work of Michael P. Zuckert
Notre Dame: Promoting Democracy Abroad
Notre Dame’s Intellectual Culture
Populism and Constitutionalism
Surveying Sacred Spaces
Notre Dame Event: Speech and the University
What Can Today’s Politicians Learn from the Constitution?
Lincoln and Ellison: Writers of Social Responsibility
Upcoming Notre Dame Lecture on Religious Freedom
Notre Dame lecture on Sex, Morality, and the Constitution