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Furthering the “Permanent Things”
Kirk on Campus returned to west Michigan for two back to back evening events on the campuses of Calvin University and Hope College with Ian Rowe and John Wood Jr.
Join the Russell Kirk Center at Calvin University chapel on March 15, and Hope College’s Jack H. Miller Center on March 16 for a conversation with Ian Rowe and John Wood Jr. on freedom, equity, race, and more.
Russell Kirk’s Concise Guide to Conservatism has been taken up by college student reading groups throughout the country. Senior Fellow Bruce Frohnen has written helpful discussion questions to accompany the Guide, designed to draw out three essential topics from each chapter.
Hirotsugu “Hiro” Aida is a professor at Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo. His Japanese translation of “The Conservative Mind” was published in 2018. Mr. Aida will speak at the Kirk Center, Northwood University and Hope College as part of a special lecture tour in Michigan.
Russell Kirk’s Concise Guide to Conservatism is an essential primer in Kirk’s thought and a resource for anyone interested in better understanding the roots and meaning of conservatism.
Dr. Russell Kirk has always been known at Hillsdale College as an historian and man of letters. His essay “The Problem of Tradition” is required reading in the American Heritage course every student takes as part of the core curriculum.
https://vimeo.com/303593018 Kathryn Lopez, John O'Sullivan, Jeff Polet and Rev. Robert Sirico discuss Russell Kirk and the Populist Moment at Hope College Kirk on Campus returned to Hope College on November 15, 2018 for an event commemorating the...
The panel discussion was really good! I took so many notes (4 pages) and learned a lot about the purpose and intended function of the government. The historical perspective that Dr. Federici brought to the discussion was beneficial to help me understand what is...
How can we balance pressures from populist movements on the political left and right with the need for stability and leadership? This is the challenge facing conservatives as we grapple with our populist moment. To help us address these questions, we're turning...
The Edmund Burke Society is pleased to announce that its next conference will be held at Belmont Abbey College on November 17, 2018. Speakers include Dr. Wilfred McClay, G.T. and Libby Blankenship Chair in the History of Liberty at the University of Oklahoma, and Dr....
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