Tag: virtual lecture
Providence College: “Learning to Love Lincoln: Frederick Douglass’s Journey from Grievance to Gratitude”
Middlebury College: How Can We Achieve Educational Equity?
Harvard University: “Hating School: The Liberal Tradition in American Education”
University of West Florida: A New Perspective on the Meaning of Platonic Political Philosophy
University of Alaska-Anchorage: “Reason and Politics: The Meaning of Virtue and Freedom”
Harvard University: “Let’s Be Reasonable: A Conservative Case for Liberal Education”
Jacksonville State University: Should the President Represent the People?
SUNY-Geneseo: Is Conflict With China Inevitable? What Thucydides Can Teach Us.
Notre Dame: Original Meaning or Framers’ Intent?
University of Alaska-Anchorage: “Two Constitutions: The Coming Crisis in American Politics”
Princeton: “The End(s) of the Humanities”
SUNY-Geneseo: The Meaning of Education in a Time of Political Turmoil
Roosevelt University: On the Importance of a Philosophy of Life
Notre Dame: The Electoral College Abolished?
Voegelin Institute: How Washington and Lincoln Prepared the End of Slavery in America
SUNY-Geneseo: The Crisis Presidency
Providence College: Demagoguery and Self-Government
Civic Spirit: “We the Educators,” A Virtual Civics Symposium
Notre Dame: Coronavirus and the Constitution
Middlebury College: Are Social Justice and Capitalism Compatible?
American Philosophical Society: American Revolution Seminar Series
Texas State University: The Founders on Religion, Morality, and Republicanism
Notre Dame: Slavery at the Constitutional Convention
Texas State University: U.S.-Russia Relations
Harvard University: The Recovery of Family Life and the Limits of Modern Ideologies
Jacksonville State University: Montezuma’s Relativism and Montesquieu’s Critique of International Law
Yeshiva University: Thucydides, Populism, & the Liberty of the Ancients
Harvard University: The Tyranny of Meritocracy
University of Alaska-Anchorage: Chase and Lincoln – Friends, Rivals, and Antislavery Colleagues
Notre Dame: The Second Trump Impeachment
American University: What is the National Interest?
Founding Civics Initiative: High School Civics Programming Expands to Sixth Region
Partner Program Spotlight: Assumption University Model Senate
Arizona State University: Virtual Series on Race, Justice, and Leadership
Roosevelt: Further Reflections on the American Republic
St. John’s College – Santa Fe: “Learning to Love Lincoln”
University of Alaska-Anchorage: Winston Churchill and the Animal Kingdom
SUNY-Geneseo: The Civic Constitution
Princeton: “The Indispensable, Uncancelable Statesmanship of George Washington”
Middlebury College: When Should We Trust the Experts?
Rhodes College: “The 2020 Elections: What Just Happened?”
Harvard University: Post-Election Roundup with Bill Kristol and William Galston
Princeton: “Election 2020: Is the Constitution Up to the Task?”
Notre Dame: The 2020 Election: What to Expect?
Notre Dame: “The Political Thought of Woodrow Wilson”
Mount Vernon: 2020 George Washington Symposium
SUNY-Geneseo: Misinformation, Anti-Liberalism, and Our Constitutional Future
University of Houston: Nicholas Buccola’s The Fire is upon Us
Call for Papers: Duke Graduate Conference in Political Theory
Arizona State University: New Virtual Series on Race, Justice, and Leadership
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
Christopher Newport University: 2020 Summer Teacher Webinar Series
Apply Now: City College of New York’s Graduate Course for Teachers, “Confronting the Constitution”
Glenn Moots on Virtual Teaching and Philosophical Responses to COVID-19
Arizona State University: The Sound of the Third Hand Clapping
Arizona State University: Virtual Symposium on Race and the American Story
Arizona State University: New Virtual Series on Pandemics and Civic Crisis
Xavier: Energy and Environmental Policy in the Age of Coronavirus