We are pleased to welcome Donald Drakeman to the Constitutional Studies Program. Don has been a friend of the program, but it is an honor to have him join us officially as Distinguished Research Professor.
January 27, 2015 - Hesburgh Library at the University of Notre Dame
"What is Marriage? A Conversation on the Meaning of Equality, Rights, and the Future of Marriage"
John Corvino - nationally renowned scholar advocating same-sex marriage and author of What's Wrong with Homosexuality?
Sherif Girgis - Co-author of What is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense, the leading scholarly defense of traditional marriage
Sponsored by the A&L Dean's Fellows and the Tocqueville Program for Inquiry Into Religion & Public Life
The 2014 Constitution Day Lecture at Notre Dame
"The Constitution as Political Theory"
October 10, 2014
James W. Ceaser is Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia, where he has taught since 1976. He has written several books on American politics and political thought, including Presidential Selection, Liberal Democracy and Political Science, Reconstructing America, and Nature and History in American Political Development. Professor Ceaser has held visiting professorships at the University of Florence, the University of Basel, Oxford University, the University of Bordeaux, and the University of Rennes. Professor Ceaser is a frequent contributor to the popular press, and he often comments on American Politics for the Voice of America.
October 2, 2014
Philip K. Howard
"Can American Government Be Fixed? How We Lost Authority to Govern Ourselves and What to do About It"
by Philip K. Howard
Philip K. Howard is a well-known leader of government and legal reform in America. His new book, The Rule of Nobody (W. W. Norton, April 2014), has been praised by Fareed Zakaria as “an utterly compelling and persuasive book that, if followed, could change the way America works.” His Ted Talk has has been viewed by almost 500,000 people. Mr. Howard is also the author of the best-seller The Death of Common Sense (Random House, 1995), The Collapse of the Common Good (Ballantine Books, 2002) and Life Without Lawyers (W. W. Norton, 2009).…