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Publius Meeting Wonders: 'Is Conservatism Dead?' – Sunday, 6 December

On Sunday, December 6 at 7PM  the Alexander Hamilton Institute 21 West Park Row the Publius Societywill hold a lively discussion about conservatism open to all students, faculty, and citizens. AHI Undergraduate Fellows Woodger Faugas and Adam Vorchheimer will spark the discussion with brief presentations about the essays by Sam Tanenhaus and James Piereson linked [...]

2009-12-06T09:51:40+00:00 December 6th, 2009|News & Events, Publius Society, Undergraduate Fellows|0 Comments

Second Bakwin Fellowship Announced

The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization (AHI) is pleased to announce the opening of competition for the second annual E. M. Bakwin Fellowship. Mr. Bakwin, a graduate of Hamilton College (1950) and the University of Chicago (1961), served as Chairman of the Board of MB Financial Bank in Chicago. […]

2009-11-21T11:07:34+00:00 November 21st, 2009|News & Events, Undergraduate Fellows|0 Comments

AHI Hosts Leadership Luncheon on 'Sustainability' with University of Rochester Economist

On Wednesday, 2 December at 11:45 am, the Alexander Hamilton Institute will host a Leadership Luncheon featuring Professor Michael Rizzo, Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Rochester.  Professor Rizzo will converse with the AHI's undergraduate fellows on the various meanings and implications of "sustainability."

2009-11-14T14:26:36+00:00 November 14th, 2009|News & Events, Undergraduate Fellows|0 Comments

Dawson Society Examines 'Challenge of Secularism,' 11 November

In his 1956 essay “The Challenge of Secularism,” the English historian Christopher Dawson notes how the “consciously anti-religious ideology” of Communist education—an education that effectively works to eradicate religious faith from the entire populace—“is only completing the work that the liberal state began.” […]

2017-03-26T20:47:12+00:00 November 9th, 2009|Dawson Society, News & Events|0 Comments

Ambrose Invited to NEH Initiative

On 30 October, AHI co-founder Douglas Ambrose participated in an NEH-sponsored faculty development initiative at CUNY’s Hostos Community College in the South Bronx.  The initiative’s “goal is to promote the study of the humanities through workshops and seminars centered on the theme of ‘conflict and dialogue.’”  […]

2017-03-26T20:47:12+00:00 November 5th, 2009|News & Events|0 Comments