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On April 15-16, 2021, the University of Dallas will host a conference on “America, Liberalism, and Catholicism,” organized by the University's St. JPII Fellow in Social Thought, Ryan Anderson, and the American Public Philosophy Institute. This conference is co-sponsored by Liberal Learning for Life.
Schedule of Events:
Thurs., April 15
* 4:30 PM Galbraith Lecture: Panel One: “Was American Liberalism Doomed to Fail?” with Patrick Deneen (University of Notre Dame) and Christopher Wolfe (American Public Philosophy Institute/University of Dallas) - Location: Art History Auditorium
* 8:00 PM APPI Scherer Lecture: “Catholic Ideas Versus Catholic Realities?” with Ross Douthat (New York Times) - Location: SB Hall, Multipurpose Room
Fri., April 16
11:00 AM Workshop and informal discussion with Joseph Capizzi (Catholic University of America) - Location: Gorman Faculty Lounge
1:00 PM Workshop and informal discussion with Chad Pecknold (Catholic University of America) - Location: Gorman Faculty Lounge
* 3:00 PM Panel Two: “Does the Church (Still?) Condemn Liberalism?” with Joseph Capizzi (Catholic University of America) and Gladden Pappin (University of Dallas) - Location: SB Hall, Multipurpose Room
* 5:00 PM Panel Three: "Catholics and the Political Common Good Today" with Daniel Burns (University of Dallas) and Chad Pecknold (Catholic University of America) - Location: SB Hall, Multipurpose Room
* 7:00 PM Concluding Reflections by Robert Koons (University of Texas) - Location: SB Hall, Multipurpose Room
Preview the Conference with Dr. West and Dr. Anderson on:
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Friday, April 16 at 11:00am
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