History Seminar with Ralph Raico
History: The Struggle For L
A Seminar with Ralph Raico
Ralph Raico, professor of European history at Buffalo State College and Schlarbaum laureate, is the author of a history of German liberalism, Die Partei der Freiheit, and such articles as "World War I: The Turning Point" and "Rethinking Churchill" in the The Costs of War. He will offer a series of ten formal lectures on how liberty emerged, and such dangers to it as war. He will also be available in informal sessions.
There is no charge for attending the one-week lecture series, and no formal application requirements beyond the minimum. Lectures are at 10:00am and 2:00pm, Monday through Friday. Lunch is available. Some partial scholarships for students are available. Space is limited so you will need to be admitted to attend. RSVP with firstname.lastname@example.org, or register online.
- Ludwig von Mises Liberalism (1927)
- John Denson (ed.) Costs of War
- Nathan Rosenberg and L.E. Birdzell, How the West Grew Rich
SPECIAL BONUS: June 16, 18, 20, 4:00pm: Logic and Economics. Steven Yates
- I. The Basics of Logic
- II. Common Fallacies
- II. Logic and Economics
SCHEDULE (Central Time Zone)