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Online Symposia on critical issues of the times

What We’re Reading (Summer 2016) Spring 2016
What We’re Reading (Summer 2015) Spring 2015
The Pink Police State and Risk Summer 2014
Second of two reflections on the “Pink Police State” thesis of James Poulos. Gobry sees severe risk-aversion behind the rise of the pink police state and suggests some possible responses.
The Worseness Accelerating Summer 2014
First of two reflections on the “Pink Police State” thesis of James Poulos. Bloom looks with some concern at the context in which Poulos’s “anthropological reform” must necessarily occur.
What We’re Reading (Summer 2014) Spring 2014
Reading Recommendations for 2014 Winter 2014
The Personalism of The Conservative Mind Summer 2013
Reflections of a Conservative Liberal Summer 2013
What Is the Legacy of ‘The Conservative Mind’? Summer 2013
Life Is Worth Living Summer 2013
The Joyful Conservative Summer 2013
A Problem of Definition Summer 2013
The Deeper Roots of Social Order Summer 2013
An Excursion into the Broader World Summer 2013
The Needs of Modernity’s Orphans Summer 2013
What We’re Reading (Summer 2013) Spring 2013
We’re back with another collection of summer reading recommendations from our reviewers and friends.
Out of the Nursery to College, Back to the Nursery
A symposium on Fahrenheit 451. Robert M. Woods looks at Anti-Intellectualism and Authentic Learning in Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451
Running About with Lit Matches Spring 2013
A symposium on Fahrenheit 451. Ashlee Cowles looks at the appeal to the moral imagination in Bradbury's work.
The Pulpy Roots of ‘Fahrenheit 451’ Spring 2013
A symposium on Fahrenheit 451. Thomas Bertonneau looks at themes and publishing history in Bradbury's short stories that led up to the great dystopia.
The Bookman goes back to school Summer 2012
What We’re Reading (Summer 2012) Summer 2012
As a special summer feature, we’ve asked our valued contributors to tell us what they’re planning to read this summer. We hope it provides you with ideas of your own.
Lukacs and Kennan: Reflections on a Friendship Fall 2011
The Awful Responsibility of Time Fall 2011
John Lukacs and the Problem of American History. A Lukacs Symposium.
John Lukacs as Teacher Fall 2011
John Lukacs: Biblical Historical Thinking Fall 2011
A Lukacs Symposium Fall 2011
Over the course of the week, we are publishing a series of essays on the life and achievement of historian John Lukacs, as well as a few items by him.
And the Tragedy Continues Summer 2011
How the GOP swallowed the Conservative Movement Summer 2011
Empire and the Crisis of American Conservatism Summer 2011
Metternich vs. McEmpire Summer 2011
Is Conservatism Dead? Website Exclusives (2009)

By 'the Permanent Things' [T. S. Eliot] meant those elements in the human condition that give us our nature, without which we are as the beasts that perish. They work upon us all in the sense that both they and we are bound up in that continuity of belief and institution called the great mysterious incorporation of the human race.

Russell Kirk

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The University Bookman is joining Fordham University in hosting the award-winning poet and critic A. M. Juster on Monday, February 6, 2017 at 6:00pm on Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus (McMahon Hall, Rm. 109; use the entrance on West 60th Street and Columbus Avenue in Manhattan). Juster will speak on “Riddles, Elegies, and Satires: Adventures in Translation.” The event is free and open to the public and registration is not required. We are also planning a second event in May on the humanities. Watch this space for more details. (27 Dec 2016)

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