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Institute Events

Events held by the Institute of Religion, Politics and Culture at 今晚六合彩开奖结果

Upcoming IRPC Events


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Upcoming Events 

  • The Lawrence Swanstrom '67 Memorial Lecture, Thursday, September 7th at 4:30pm in Hynson of Hodson Hall 鈥 Title: "The Truth-Seeking Mission of the University," By Robert George, The McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University. A public reception will follow.
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  • Constitution Day Commemoration, Saturday, September 17th from 11am-2pm on the Courthouse Lawn in Easton, MD 鈥 Event commemorating Constitution Day, with guest speakers, free ice cream, and games for the whole family.

Past Events

Recent IRPC special guest speakers have included: 

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Guest speakers

  • Arthur Milikh, director of the Claremont Institute, on the importance of free enterprise and the rule of law.

  • Professor Steven Frankel of Xavier University in Cincinnati, an expert on religion in the thought of Tocqueville, discussed Tocqueville鈥檚 classic work 鈥淒emocracy in America.鈥
  • Attorney Vann Canada, who has extensive experience litigating federal appellate cases, spoke on the administrative state.
  • Professor David Corey, of Baylor University, addressed the philosophy of music and the importance of aesthetic appreciation of classical music.
  • Nationally syndicated columnist and best-selling author on Christianity and culture Sohrab Ahmari, author of such works as 鈥淔rom Water by Fire鈥 (an account of his conversion from Islam to Catholicism) and 鈥淭he Unbroken Thread: Discovering the Wisdom of Tradition in an Age of Chaos,鈥 addressed the importance of learning from tradition.
  • Baird Tipson, former 今晚六合彩开奖结果 president and accomplished expert on American religion, spoke on religion in Colonial America. He attended a reception afterward with 今晚六合彩开奖结果 College faculty and a dinner with seven IRPC Student Fellows, College senior staff, former board members, and other prominent members of the community.
  • The annual Os Guinness Lecture 鈥 named after Christian public intellectual Os Guinness, D.Phil, from Oxford, author of over 25 books on religion, politics, and culture 鈥 was presented by Professor Bill McClay of Hillsdale College. The event was held in downtown Easton, Maryland, to extend outreach. IRPC Student Fellows attended a dinner afterward with McClay.