New York, New York
Honoring Academic Courage: An Evening with Amy Wax
Thursday, April 12
Join the National Association of Scholars as we present the Peter Shaw Award to Professor Amy Wax for her courage in the face of continued harassment for speaking uncomfortable truths. More information can be found here.
The Catholic Intellectual & the Challenge of the Contemporary University
Join the Thomistic Institute for a conference featuring Patrick Deneen, Ross Douthat, Carlos Eire, Reinhard Hütter, and R. R. Reno, held at the NYU Catholic Center. More information can be found here.
The Financial Crisis: 10 Years Later
Tuesday, May 8
Join Collegium at the Penn Club for a panel discussion exploring the causes of the 2008 Financial Crisis, the changes that have been made in its wake, and the work that remains to be done. More information can be found here.
Democratic Reformers or Illiberal Backsliders?
Poland and the Challenges of Sovereign Politics in the West
Wednesday, May 9
Join us at the First Things office in Manhattan for a panel discussion on the future of Poland and political sovereignty in the West in honor of the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining its independence. Featured speakers include Ryszard Legutko, Adrian Vermeule, and Jeremy Rabkin. More information can be found here.
Jesus Becoming Jesus:
A Conversation with Thomas G. Weinandy, OFM Cap
Wednesday, May 30
Join us at the First Things office in Manhattan for a reception and discussion of Jesus Becoming Jesus: A Theological Interpretation of the Synoptic Gospels, by Thomas G. Weinandy, OFM Cap, with First Things editor R. R. Reno.
A Centennial Celebration:
Commemorating the Death of Joyce Kilmer, Catholic Poet Laureate
Friday, June 15, 6:00 p.m.
The Church of the Holy Innocents (the site of Kilmer's conversion) invites you to a requiem Mass and homily by the Rev. Peter M. J. Stravinskas. Fr. Stravinskas will also deliver a lecture on Catholic poetry after Mass.
Mary, Seat of Wisdom: Reflections on the Intellectual Life
Monday, April 9
Join the Thomistic Institute at Yale for a lecture delivered by R. R. Reno of First Things. More information can be found here.
Princeton, New Jersey
A Rebirth for the Reborn: American Evangelicals and American Culture at the Cross
Tuesday, April 17
Join The Witherspoon Institute and the James Madison Program at Princeton for the 2018 Simon Lecture, delivered by Russell D. Moore. More information can be found here.
Undomesticated Dissent: The Public Virtue of Religiously Motivated Dissent
Tuesday, April 24
Baylor University Press invites you to attend an event featuring speakers Robert Louis Wilken, E. J. Dionne, Melissa Rogers, and Curtis W. Freeman. They will discuss the sweeping intellectual history of the public virtue of religiously motivated dissent and how this virtue remains essential for democracy's flourishing. More information is available here.