Upcoming Events

“Nurturing the Moral Imagination in the Rising Generation”

July 14
High school teachers roundtable
Participants: high school teachers and principals
Location: Kirk Center

“Russell Kirk and the American Conservative Tradition”

July 31
Series of lectures for Intellectual Takeout by Dr. Jeffrey Nelson in Minneapolis, MN

Specifically a centennial event = *

Looking Ahead

“Roots of American Order” Symposium on the Founders’ Classical Liberalism

October 3
American Enterprise Institute, Washington, DC
Register via AEI website

"Russell Kirk Day in the City of Plymouth” declared by Mayoral Proclamation*

October 19
Plymouth, MI

Book event for Imaginative Conservatism: The Letters of Russell Kirkeditor James Person to speak
Plymouth District Library, Plymouth, MI
Open to the public

Michigan Historic Marker Dedication & Reception *

October 21
Kirk Center
Registration coming soon
(Date subject to change)

Hillsdale College Honors Students Fall seminar

November 1-4
Kirk Center

Patrick Deneen, author of Why Liberalism Failed, lecture

November 8
New York Athletic Club
Co-sponsored by The University Bookman, Portsmouth Abbey, and the Morningside Institute

National Review Breakfast Panel Discussion on “Kirk at 100” *

November 13
Panelist include John O’Sullivan; C-SPAN will be filming the event, New York City

Hope College Evening Conversation Roundtable, Holland, MI *

November 15
Speakers to include John O’Sullivan and the Rev. Robert Sirico (invited).
Co-sponsored by Hope College Political Science Department, National Review Institute, and the Acton Institute.
College students and the public.

“Edmund Burke, Russell Kirk and Revolution in the Modern World” *

November 17
Conference held at Belmont Abbey College, NC
Speakers include Wilfred McClay, Chair in the History of Liberty at the University of Oklahoma; open panel session on selected texts.
College students and interested professionals; register via website.

Specifically a centennial event = *

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