Tag: constitutional studies
University of Virginia: Summer Civics Institute for Teachers
Kinder Institute: How the Founders Made the Constitution Their Valentine
Partisanship and the Constitution
America Is Not a Democracy
Orginalism’s Homage to the Constitution
Event: The Bible and the Founding
Let Populism Have a Say in State Politics
James Madison on the Courts’ Constitutional Authority
What Can Today’s Politicians Learn from the Constitution?
Does the Constitution Condone or Condemn Slavery?
How to Transform Politics from the Inside
Religion Makes Us Better Citizens
Upcoming Notre Dame Lecture on Religious Freedom
Notre Dame lecture on Sex, Morality, and the Constitution
Lecture: John Inazu on Confident Pluralism at Notre Dame
Notre Dame Lecture: James Otteson on Capitalism
Mark Lilla at Notre Dame: Identity and Citizenship
Are Antidiscrimination Laws Hostile to Freedom or Essential to It?
Free Speech, the Media, and Political Correctness in the Age of Trump
Property Rights and the U.S. Constitution Lecture
New Online Journal for American Constitutionalism: “Starting Points”
New Journal “Constitutional Studies” Launched
Exhibition at the Huntington Library – “Magna Carta: Law and Legend, 1215-2015”