Tag: Wilfred McClay
We the People: Bill McClay & Peter Wood on 1620 as America’s Founding
Wilfred McClay: Civic Education, Rightly Understood
American Enterprise Institute: “How Our History Can Unify Us”
A JMC Webinar: Wilfred McClay & Lucas Morel on “1619 vs. 1776: Why Was America Founded?”
Christianity in America and Christian Political Thought
Remembering Black History in America
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day from the JMC!
Seasons Greetings from the Jack Miller Center!
Clyde Ray: Defining Statesmanship
Happy Thanksgiving from the Jack Miller Center!
Interview: Wilfred McClay on Land of Hope
Judaism, Political Thought, and Jewish-Americans
Happy Labor Day from the Jack Miller Center!
Wilfred McClay: The Weaponization of History
JMC 2019 Summer Institutes
Wilfred McClay: Land of Hope
JMC Annual Summit: Freedom of Speech on Campus
JMC 2018 Summer Institute
Podcast: Wilfred McClay on the Nature of Patriotism
Do College Students Care about the Humanities?
Why American Patriotism is Peculiar
Podcast: Wilfred McClay on Civil Religion
Wilfred McClay on Meritocracy in Higher Education
JMC Fellows Write on Constitution Day 2015
Spotlight Report: JMC Graduate Student Summer Institute
Wilfred McClay: Religious Liberty Woven into Our Constitutional Heritage
Sacred and Secular Approaches to Liberal Arts Education: A Conference at Rhodes
Constitution Day at UT