11 March 2012

Students for Liberty Webinar

I am pleased to report that I will be taking part in the first-ever Students for Liberty "Adavanced Academic Webinar." It will take place entirely online, on Monday, March 12, 2012. Fifteen graduate students were selected from among the applicants, and we will discuss my paper, "Markets and Order: The Contribution of the Scottish Enlightenment."

Students for Liberty is an extraordinary organization. It was created by students, is entirely organized by students, and it has now grown, in just a few short years, to encompass chapters throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, Europe, and Africa. Its main purpose, as I understand it, is to encourage the study of liberty. Here is a five-minute video from them discussing their purpose:


I have given a talk to SFL in the past; this webinar will be my second time to work with them. I hope it is not the last.

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