Senior Fellows

Ian Crowe, M.A. (Oxon), M. Litt, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History, Brewton-Parker College, Mount Vernon, Georgia
Director, The Edmund Burke Society of America
Bruce P. Frohnen, J.D., Ph.D. Professor of Law, Ohio Northern University College of Law
Vigen Guroian, Ph.D. Professor of Religious Studies (Eastern Christianity), University of Virginia
George H. Nash, Ph.D. Historian, South Hadley, Massachusetts
James E. Person, Jr. Publishing manager, writer, and editor at large, Northville, Michigan
Marco Respinti Journalist
Director, Centro Studi Russell Kirk, Milan, Italy
Gleaves Whitney Director, The Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan

Imagination it is that shapes society—moral imagination, or idyllic imagination, or diabolic imagination.

Russell Kirk

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Highlights

ISI video draws on Kirk’s thought

The Intercollegiate Review has published a short video with Robert Reilly that was shot at Mecosta last summer. In it, Bob Reilly draws on Russell Kirk’s The Roots of American Order to explain why “America is older than you think.” The video is just two minutes long, but Bob manages to give a thoughtful introduction to three of the four cities: Jerusalem, Athens, and Rome.

Apr 2015

Birzer on Kirk

An interview with Brad Birzer, incumbent of the Russell Amos Kirk Chair in History at Hillsdale College, is the feature article in the most recent issue of Religion and Liberty from the Acton Institute. Birzer discusses his new biography, Russell Kirk: A Conservative Life, due out in the fall of 2015 from the University Press of Kentucky, in which he focuses on Kirk’s intellectual development. You can read the extensive interview at this link.

Mar 2015

Lubbers on the Liberal Arts

Listen or read here as Arend D. Lubbers, Grand Valley State University President Emeritus and longest serving college president in the country, speaks on the importance of a liberal arts education. President Lubbers has been a longtime friend of the Kirk family and The Russell Kirk Center. At GVSU, he arranged for Russell Kirk to be a visiting professor, deliver a commencement address and to receive an honorary degree.

Mar 2015