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Speaker Lecture topics
David Azerrad Associate Director of the B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics
  • The American Founding
  • The Rise of Progressivism
  • Modern Liberalism and Conservativism
Michael Breidenbach Assistant Professor of History, Ave Maria University
  • Patriots or Papists?: Catholics in the American Founding
  • Church, State, and Religious Liberty
  • Sartorial Sensibilities: Manners in the Modern World
Mr. John Chalberg Professor, Normandale Community College
  • History on Stage: G.K. Chesterton
  • History on Stage: George Orwell
  • History on Stage: Teddy Roosevelt
Patrick Deneen David A. Potenziani Memorial Associate Professor of Constitutional Studies, University of Notre Dame
  • Tocqueville and the American Founding Vision
  • Education in the Mass Age: Why Scale Matters
  • Civil Religion and American Democracy
Glen Moots Professor, Northwood University (Michigan)
  • America and Christendom
  • John Locke's Appeal to Heaven
  • Good Work: Recovering the Call of Vocation
James Stoner Professor of Political Science, Louisiana State University
  • Progressivism Versus Common Law: The Struggle to Define the Constitution
  • Catholic Social Teaching and American Constitutional Development
  • More's Utopia and the Rise of Modern Liberty
Lee Strang Professor of Law, University of Toledo College of Law
  • Originalism v. The Living Constitution
  • Originalism 101: An Introduction to Originalism
  • The Declaration of Independence: A Unique Role in Constitutional Interpretation?
Bradley Watson Philip M. McKenna Chair, Dept. of Politics; Co-Director, Center for Political & Economic Thought, St. Vincent College

<ul> <li>Progressivism and the U.S. Constitution</li> <li>Civic Education and the University</li> <li>Courts and the Culture Wars</li></ul>