Kirk on Campus Events
“TRADITION CANNOT BE INHERITED, AND IF YOU WANT IT YOU MUST OBTAIN IT BY GREAT LABOUR.” – T.S. ELIOT
We’re committed to guiding students as they seek to take their part in the great conversation identified by Russell Kirk in his many books, especially in his landmark The Conservative Mind. It’s why we bring together some of today’s most thoughtful writers to show how the permanent things continue guide the conservative imagination. The renewal of America’s tradition of constitutionalism depends on each generation of college-aged Americans making the most of their education so that they can be well-prepared for the achievement of freedom.
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During his life, Dr. Russell Kirk championed a set of principles that he labeled the “permanent things”, which included such high ideals as magnanimity, courtesy, and nobility. This past November, the Russell Kirk Center’s inaugural Kirk on Campus event exhibited...
Watch: Ross Douthat discusses Trump and the Future of American Democracy with Mark Bauerlein and Sam Tanenhaus
Ross Douthat and Kirk on Campus Discuss the Trump Era at Hope College Kirk on Campus recently hosted a conversation about Trump and the Future of American Democracy at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, featuring Ross Douthat, Mark Bauerlein, and Sam Tanenhaus. More...
University Bookman Editor, Gerald Russello, and Mark Bauerlein Discuss Intellectuals in the Age of Trump with The King’s College in Manhattan
On December 6, at the Ritz-Carlton, Battery Park in lower Manhattan, The King's College hosted a roundtable discussion featuring The University Bookman editor Gerald Russello and First Things' senior editor Mark Bauerlein on the theme: Intellectuals in the Age of...
The Society for Law and Culture sponsored a lecture by Dr. J. Budziszewski on Thursday, November 2, 2017, titled, “Natural Law: Why and So What?” Budziszewski spoke to an attentive audience of lawyers, students, professors, clergy, and others gathered at WMU-Cooley...
J. Budziszewski will deliver a lecture titled, “Natural Law: Why and So What?,” on November 2, 2017, at the Cooley Law School campus in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
November 16, 2017 Hope College, 7 PM Jack H. Miller Center for the Musical Arts Holland, Michigan Donald Trump's election changed the American political landscape...hugely. Join Kirk on Campus for a spirited conversation about how the American conservative and...
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