A Halloween Story

To help you celebrate Halloween, we are posting Russell Kirk’s most famous—and award-winning—ghost story, “A Long Long Trail A Winding.” Written and read by Kirk, the story made famous a real hobo who lived with the Kirksfor six years. The story...

Companion Site for Kirk Audio and Video

Dr. David Schock has produced several audio and video recordings by and about Russell Kirk and is hosting them on a companion web site: TheWardrobe.org. We are pleased to welcome a companion web site, produced by Dr. David Schock, that features video interviews with...

Audio and Video Lectures on the Internet

The John M. Olin Online Lecture Library at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute hosts several lectures about Russell Kirk and his influence as well as more than twenty-five audio lectures by Russell Kirk. C-SPAN also hosts several videos with Russell Kirk. ISI The...

Kirk Audio: Rights Under Two Revolutions

Russell Kirk speaks on the French and American Revolutions in this 1990 audio recording.Recorded June 1, 1990, “Rights under Two Revolutions” is an almost 50-minute discussion comparing the French Revolution and the American struggle for rights under English law that...

Buckley on Kirk

William F. Buckley, Jr., interviewed on Kirk and his contributions, May 1996.Russell Kirk and William F. Buckley were leading writers and thinkers in the emerging U.S. conservative movement. In this video from May 13, 1996, Donovan Reynolds interviews the late Mr....

Russell Kirk on The Conservative Mind

Russell Kirk, interviewed about The Conservative Mind, 1993. Russell Kirk and historian William H. Mulligan, Jr., of Murray State University look back on the writing and reception of The Conservative Mind in this video interview from 1993, the fortieth anniversary of...

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