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Speaker Lecture topics
Karin Agness President, Network of enlightened Women
  • Feminism and Conservatism: Dividing Lines and Possibilities for Unity
  • The War on Women: How Growing Government Hurts Women
  • How the Millennial Generation Learned to Love Big Government and How Much it Will Cost Us
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
Anthony Esolen Professor of English, Providence College
  • The Dislocation of Knowledge and Love
  • Dante's Divine Comedy: Faces in Paradise
  • Whatever Happened to a Boy's Life?
William Gairdner Freelance Writer
  • The Trouble with Democracy
  • The War Against the Family
  • The Rise of Libertarian Socialism
Vigen Guroian Professor of Religious Studies in Orthodox Christianity, University of Virginia
  • The Moral Imagination in the Age of Sentiments
  • Why Should Businessmen Read Great Literature?
  • Dorm Brothel: The New Debauchery and the Colleges That Let It Happen
Christina Hoff-Sommers Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
  • The Case for Conservative Feminism
  • The War Against Boys: Is It Over?
Russell Snell Professor of Philosophy, Eastern University
  • The Terrible Covenant of Sloth: Modernity as Boredom
  • No Longer a Stranger to Yourself: Natural Law in a New Mode
  • Authentic Cosmopolitanism: Education for Real Persons
Bradford Wilcox Director, National Marriage Project
  • When Marriage Disappears: Why Marriage is Disappearing Among Americans Without College Degrees, and Why It Matters
  • Wandering to the Altar: Successful Strategies for Contemporary Courtship
  • The Kids Aren't All Right: How Family Breakdown Hurts Contemporary Children