2014 Archived Events

Liberty, Justice, and Constitutionalism

Peter Boettke and John Tomasi
On Monday, September 22, 1-4 pm, Club Spartan, Case Hall, 3rd Floor, James Madison College will sponsor a Constitution Day Event titled Liberty, Justice, and Constitutionalism. Presenting for this event will be Peter Boettke and John Tomasi.

Economic Rights as Civil Rights: The Case of Fair Lending

Richard Cordray
Richard Cordray, Director of the United States Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, will give a talk titled, "Economic Rights as Civil Rights: The Case of Fair Lending," on Friday, October 10, 2014, 4:00 - 5:30 pm, at Club Spartan, Case Hall (third floor). The talk is free and open to the public. The lecture is co-sponsored by the LeFrak Forum and Symposium on Science, Reason, and Modern Democracy in the Department of Political Science.

Ian Shapiro, Lecture Series: Are Markets Moral?

Ian Shapiro, Yale University
The lecture series, beginning with Ian Shaprio, Yale University, is a continuation of a program that began with a conference on the same topic in New Delhi, India (January 4-5, 2014) in association with the Centre for Civil Society.

Robert George, Lecture Series: Are Markets Moral?

Robert George, Department of Politics, Princeton University
The lecture series is a continuation of a program that began with a conference on the same topic in New Delhi, India (January 4-5, 2014) in association with the Centre for Civil Society.