Talks Engaging Kirk’s Thought Elsewhere

Bishop Robert Barron, founder of Word on Fire Ministries, delivered the 2023 Russell Kirk Lecture at the Heritage Foundation on “The Breakdown of the Tocquevillean Equilibrium.”

Saving Elephants podcast interviewed John Wood Jr. on finding commonality between Kirk and King’s belief in an ordered universe for the restoration of community.

Wilbur Fellow alumni Alan Cornett spoke about Russell Kirk’s conservative vision and its Chestertonian resonances on the Chesterton Society’s podcast, Uncommon Sense.

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