News and Site Highlights Archives

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William F. Buckley, RIP

Gerald Russello expresses our condolences on the death of William F. Buckley.

Feb 2008

Lectures by Kirk; Lectures about Kirk

The Olin Online Lecture Library at ISI features several audio lectures by Russell Kirk, as well as several new video and audio lectures about Kirk and his legacy by such scholars as W. Wesley McDonald, Ted McAlister, Michael P. Federici, George H. Nash, Gleaves Whitney, and Allan C. Carlson.

Feb 2008

Stanlis on Burke and Frost

University BookmanThe Bookman is pleased to publish an interview with Peter J. Stanlis, Distinguished Professor of Humanities, Emeritus, at Rockford College and one of the foremost scholars of Edmund Burke and Robert Frost. Stanlis’s groundbreaking work, Edmund Burke and the Natural Law (1958), forever changed the way scholars view Burke’s work. Stanlis placed Burke firmly in the tradition of Western natural law reasoning. Stanlis has also published a number of essays and articles on Frost, including Robert Frost: The Poet as Philosopher (2007).

Feb 2008

Bookman RSS

Since the Bookman is now offering web-only articles, we now offer, in addition to the RSS feed for Kirk Center news items, a syndication feed for all Bookman articles. We hope you find it useful.

Jan 2008

Bookman in Colombia

On December 15, El Heraldo, one of Colombia’s largest newspapers, published a Spanish version of Michael J. Ard’s review, “Latin America’s Five Deadly Sins,” which appeared in our Spring 2007 issue. Here is the link.

Dec 2007

Bookman Web Exclusives

We are pleased to announce web-only reviews as a new feature of the University Bookman. This new content will enable us to reach our readers more regularly with reviews of notable books, interviews, and other features. Our first online feature—ironically—is a review of Wendell Berry’s novel, Andy Catlett. Check back often for new exclusive content!

Dec 2007

New Bookman and Barzun

The new issue of the University Bookman is on its way. Featuring a special section on the humane economy, the issue includes reviews of books on agrarianism, Wendell Berry, Tocqueville, the commercial society, and other subjects. As a preview, here is Tracy Lee Simmons’s essay honoring the critic and essayist Jacques Barzun, who turns 100 this November 30. We encourage you to subscribe here, because you won’t want to miss this issue!

Nov 2007

Berkowitz on the Essential Russell Kirk

Conserving Russell Kirk” in Policy Review. This article elegantly addresses some recent public controversies and is worth your attention.

Oct 2007

Russello Interview

Gerald Russello has done an interview with John J. Miller at National Review Online discussing his new book on Kirk’s thought.

Jul 2007

Nash Heritage Lecture

Senior Fellow George H. Nash spoke at the Heritage Foundation on June 22, 2007 to give the Russell Kirk Lecture on Kirk’s life and legacy and to celebrate the release of The Essential Russell Kirk: Selected Essays. You can view the lecture or listen to the MP3 audio here. The transcript (plus pdf) is available here.

Jul 2007

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Kirk was convinced that in our age, the unimagined life is not worth living for a human being. He labored to reform our sensibilities, so that we could see ourselves both for what we are and for what we have become. He labored to make available an intellectual tradition of dissent from the modern age. He labored to release our hearts from the bondage of ideology.

Mark Henrie

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