Harvard University: “Let’s Be Reasonable: A Conservative Case for Liberal Education”
Verlan Lewis: Foundational Ideas in the Political Thought of F.A. Hayek
University of Alaska-Anchorage: “Two Constitutions: The Coming Crisis in American Politics”
A JMC Webinar: “Reclaiming Patriotism in an Age of Extremes” with Steven B. Smith
CU-Boulder: The Church, the State, and the Emergence of Religious Freedom
Bipartisan Policy Center: Jonathan Marks’ Let’s Be Reasonable – A Conservative Case for Liberal Education
SUNY-Geneseo: Misinformation, Anti-Liberalism, and Our Constitutional Future
Remembering Black History in America
Remembering Bill of Rights Day
Harvard University: Liberalism vs. Nationalism in Rawls
Greg Weiner on Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s Legacy
Daniel Burns on the Post-Liberalism Debate
University of Colorado-Colorado Springs: Changing Views of Constitutional Power
Alin Fumurescu: Compromise and the American Founding
UW Madison: The Future of Liberalism
Verlan Lewis: Ideas of Power
UW Madison: The Revolt of the Populists
Political Theory or Public Law Fellowships: UW-Madison
Is Toleration a Virtue?
A Diagnosis of Today’s American Liberalism
Can A Democratic People Excel in Virtue?
Peter Berkowitz on Conversations with Bill Kristol
U Penn Event: Patrick Deneen on Liberalism
WATCH: How Locke and Hume Changed the World
How Protestant Missionaries Paved the Way for Liberalism
Was the Liberal Project Doomed from the Start?
Summer Programs at Princeton’s James Madison Program
Is American Democracy in a Crisis?
Patrick Deneen on Liberalism
Lecture: Mark Lilla on Identity Politics at Ohio University
“Mass and Elite Politics in Mill’s Considerations on Representative Government”
“The Liberal Origins of John Updike’s Literary Imagination”
Harvey Mansfield on “Conversations with Bill Kristol”