Michael Cromartie, R.I.P.
EPPC scholars and staff mourn the death of our longtime friend and colleague Michael Cromartie.
Scalia Speaks, a Volume of Justice Scalia’s Speeches Co-Edited by EPPC President Ed Whelan, to be Published Oct. 3
Scalia Speaks collects dozens of Justice Scalia’s best speeches on topics as varied as the law, faith, virtue, pastimes, and heroes and friends. Only a handful of these speeches have ever been published before.
EPPC Welcomes Lance Morrow as Visiting Fellow
Morrow’s work at EPPC will focus on the moral dimensions of public events, including developments in regard to freedom of speech, freedom of thought, and political correctness on American campuses.
George Weigel Awarded Lumen Vitae Medal by University of Mary
Weigel cited as “premier Catholic public intellectual in the United States today.”
EPPC Briefly: Henry Olsen on How President Trump Could “Re-Reaganize” the GOP
Henry Olsen on a winning agenda for Republicans; Ed Whelan on SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch; Roger Scruton on “irrelevant” art; and much more.
Michael Cromartie Honored with Mark O. Hatfield Leadership Award
EPPC’s vice president honored for “uncommon leadership” that reflects the values of Christian higher education.
EPPC Senior Fellow Roger Scruton Honored with Knighthood
EPPC Senior Fellow Roger Scruton has been chosen to receive a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II for his “services to philosophy, teaching and public education.”
EPPC Briefly: Technology, Society, and Our Economic Future
Adam Keiper and Alan Jacobs on technology and our future; EPPC’s upcoming Bradley Symposium; Bruce Cole on the legacy of Frank Gehry; George Weigel on the Vatican’s approach to China; and much more.
EPPC Briefly: Good Catholics, Good Citizens
George Weigel and Stephen P. White on faith and citizenship; Henry Olsen on Donald Trump’s faction; Ed Whelan on the Obama administration’s radical transgender agenda in public schools; Peter Wehner on civility; and much more.
EPPC Briefly: The Bathroom Battles and Transgender Ideology
Mona Charen, Mary Rice Hasson, and Ed Whelan on the latest front in the culture wars; highlights from EPPC’s 40th anniversary gala; transcripts from the recent Faith Angle Forum; Yuval Levin on the next conservative movement; and much more.