For over twenty years, James Stacey Taylor has been an active participant in the IHS scholarly community, participating in numerous programs from all angles of classical liberal thought.
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This edition of Ideas in Progress reviews rising illiberalism, a new study on authoritarianism, and anti-CRT legislation.
The Institute for Humane Studies is pleased to announce two esteemed scholars as recipients of the 2020 and 2021 Charles G. Koch Outstanding IHS Alum Award; professors Mark LeBar and Fabio Rojas.
The more Buccola reflected on the vexing nature of justice, the more certain he was that political thought would play an outsized role in his career.
Both classical and Christian thought unequivocally endorse virtues such as courage, temperance, civility, and prudence. The virtues embedded in those traditions have sustained liberalism in the past, but what some identify as liberalism’s drift towards moral relativism can make teaching those traditions a delicate balancing act.
In 1989, Kris Alan Mauren attended an IHS career workshop on non-profit management at Tallwood, learning how to build institutions that would generate a lasting footprint in society.
The process of crafting and defending your dissertation can often feel daunting and leaves many PhD candidates feeling overwhelmed. This 5 step process can help you achieve your goal.
In an essay in Discourse magazine, IHS President Emily Chamlee-Wright urges us to “name and reassert the liberal sensibility.”
Scott Bullock had just finished law school when Clint Bolick and Chip Mellor invited him to join IJ as its first attorney. In 2005 his role thrust him onto the national stage in the Kelo v. City of New London Supreme Court case.
When Dr. Marcus Witcher studied English literature as an undergraduate, he considered the historical context and typically wrote from a historical perspective. During a meeting with an academic adviser in his sophomore year at the University of Central Arkansas, Witcher discussed his interest in graduate school. The advisor suggested that Witcher try out some history classes and consider pursuing history, rather than literature, in graduate school.