Sunday, February 18, 2007

The Continuing Vitality of History in Establishment Clause Debates: The Chicago School's Framing of Religious Freedom

Former University of Chicago Law School professors Michael McConnell and Philip Hamburger have written important works challenging the usefulness of "separation of church and state" as a a guiding constitutional norm. This talk, by Dr. Jeremy Gunn, the director of the ACLU's Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief (who himself is a U of C grad), will challenge the writings of McConnell and Hamburger and question how history might better be used to resolve contemporary issues in the culture wars over religion.

For those of you who'd like some quick background:
Here's a review of a McConnell lecture at the University of Virginia Law School.
And here's a book review of Hamburger's work.

Please join us!
Tuesday, 12:15
Room II
Lunch Provided!


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