The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization (AHI) family continues to spread its mission not only throughout the United States but abroad, as Senior Fellow Juliana Geran Pilon and Advisory Board Member Roger Pilon lecture through the auspices of the like-minded Common Sense Society (CSS), an international network that promotes liberty, prosperity, and beauty. CSS aims to educate 21st-century generations and inform public discourse through fellowships, curriculum resources, publications, cultural programs and events.
The Pilons lectured at The Carolina Fellowship, a five-day program that was held in South Carolina in mid-July. Similar programs will follow in Hungary and England, both in September. The Europa Fellowship is a five-day-long intensive seminar series August 29 – September 3 that explores the foundational principles of liberty, prosperity, and beauty within the context of European culture and our shared civilization and will be held at the Károlyi Castle of Fehérvárcsurgó, Hungary. The Britannia Fellowship explores the foundational principles of European civilization and a free society and will be held September 15 – 19 at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester, England and other locations.