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CWCTP Newsletter - January 2019

Jan. 15, 2019

Your CWCTP January Briefing. Here's the latest: January Events, February Events and Visiting Scholar Alumni Speaking in California.

December 2018 Newsletter

CWCTP Newsletter - December 2018

Jan. 9, 2019

Preliminary Spring 2019 Events: Room locations and times are subject to change, but please save the dates for all upcoming Spring 2019 events! We expect to have the finalized details available on the homepage of our website in early 2019.

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CWCTP Newsletter - November 2018

Nov. 30, 2018

Your CWCTP November Briefing. Here's the latest: November Events, Other Interesting Events, Preliminary Spring 2019 Events, Featured Editorial Opinion, and a Recap of October Events.

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Prof. Jared Rubin (Chapman University) to address why wealth was born in the west

Nov. 29, 2018

The Center for Western Civilization, Thought & Policy is hosting an event on Thursday, Nov. 29. Professor Jared Rubin of Chapman University will give a lecture titled Rulers, Religion, and Riches: Why the West Got Rich and the Middle East Did Not as an invited guest of faculty from CU Boulder's Economics department. Professor Rubin's discussion will dissect why the modern economy was born in Europe, rather than the Middle East, when the spread of Islam was far ahead of the spread of religion in Europe.

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The Political Education of Young William Shakespeare

Nov. 15, 2018

The Center for British and Irish Studies presents "The Political Education of Young William Shakespeare" on Thursday, November 15th at 5:30 PM in the British and Irish Studies Room.

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Hecuba: A world premiere adaptation by Diane Rayor

Nov. 5, 2018

CU Performing Arts Presents "Hecuba: A world premiere adaptation by Diane Rayor" from Friday, November 2- Sunday, November 11 in the University Theatre at the CU Boulder University of Theatre & Dance.

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Scholarly panel to discuss the political implications and possibility of impeachment

Oct. 29, 2018

The Center for Western Civilization, Thought & Policy is hosting an event on Mon., Oct. 29. A panel of politically diverse candidates will debate the premises of impeachment and how that may apply with current events unfolding under this president and his administration. Both of the Center's Visiting Scholars in Conservative Thought & Policy, Stephen Presser and William Allen, along with associate professor of political science Michaele Ferguson, will discuss the growing subject of impeachment. The panel will examine the historical context of impeachment and the role of the Constitution in the process.

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Orpheus in Hell: Moral Consolation and Sentimental Fiction, Prof. Sol Miguel-Prendes

Oct. 17, 2018

Orpheus in Hell: Moral Consolation and Sentimental Fiction with Prof. Sol Miguel-Prendes will be held Wednesday, 17 October at 9am in “The Rose Room” ( McKenna 103) *coffee and light breakfast provided to registered attendees.

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Classics Graduate Colloquium: Time in Antiquity

Oct. 12, 2018

Keynote Address by Peter Bing, University of Toronto, "Tombs of Poet's Minor Characters" from Friday, October 12-Saturday, October 13, 2018 in Eaton Humanities 250.

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Gerald Russello to examine conservative thinker Russell Kirk in informative lecture

Oct. 11, 2018

The Center for Western Civilization, Thought & Policy is hosting an event on Thursday, Oct. 11. Gerald Russello will be speaking as an invited guest on behalf of the Visiting Scholars in Conservative Thought & Policy program addressing the late Russell Kirk's views on conservatism in America. The lecture, Imagination Rules the World: Russel Kirk and Conservatism will discuss conservative thinker Russell Kirk's focus on how his views of conservatism placed him at odds with a portion of the conservative movement.

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