Please join us at the opening reception for Alfonse Borysewicz’s art exhibit, “My Catholica: Mentors, Muses, and Mystery.”
Please join us for the opening reception for Karen Schiff’s art exhibit, “Broken Letters (after Agnes).”
Please join us for the closing reception of Frank Dobbs’s photography exhibit.
Now in its 29th year, the Erasmus Lecture brings world-renowned speakers to New York—including Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, Archbishop Timothy Dolan, Gilbert Meilaender, and Rabbi Jonathan Sacks—to address an audience of First Things friends and subscribers each year. The lecture also appears in the pages of First Things and on firstthings.com.
Watch the 29th annual Erasmus Lecture, delivered by Russell Moore on your computer via our live Facebook webcast on October 24, 2016 at 6:00PM EDT.
First Things is pleased to host its 2nd Annual Poetry Reading with Dana Gioia.
Join us for book reception and conversation with Kenneth L. Woodward.
The last academic year saw waves of student protests, disinvitations of campus speakers, and calls for trigger warnings and safe spaces. University administrators tasked with enforcing order and upholding intellectual freedom often found themselves unpreparedor else caved to student demands. What does academic freedom mean in this age of political correctness? Join us as we discuss the status of academic freedom today and how to rebuild its foundations.
A talk and reception with Helen Andrews.