Events

Sep
12

Field Study: Old City

Join the Fall 2014 Fellows as they embark on a tour of Old City Philadelphia.

Sep
19

Field Study: Fairmount Water Works and Philadelphia Museum of Art

Join the Fall 2014 Fellows as they tour the beautiful Philadelphia Museum of Art and the 200-year-old Fairmount Water Works.

Sep
25

C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and the Great War

The Crisis of Faith in the Modern Age

Sep
26

Field Study: Girard College, Eastern State Penitentiary, Lemon Hill and Mt. Pleasant

Join the Fall 2014 Fellows for a tour that connects Alexis de Tocqueville and Stephen Girard to our nation's great history.

Oct
3

Field Study: Brandywine Battlefield and Fort Mifflin

Join the Fall 2014 Fellows for a retelling of the story at Revolutionary War Era sites Brandywine Battlefield and Fort Mifflin.

Oct
10

Field Study: Andalusia and Pennsbury

Join the Fall 2014 Fellows as they tour the beautiful Andalusia estate and historically based Pennsbury Manor.

Oct
17

Field Study: Gettysburg

Join the Fall 2014 Fellows as they embark on a tour of the key battlefield in turning the American Civil War toward its end.

Oct
24

Field Study: Chamber of Commerce, City Hall and PhillyRising

Join the Fall 2014 Fellows as they tour the extravagant Philadelphia City Hall and meet with community leaders.

Nov
7

Field Study: Harrisburg

Join the Fall 2014 Fellows as they travel to Harrisburg for its Cathedral, State Capitol and the Pennsylvania Family Institute.

Nov
14

Field Study: Cathedral Basilica, Masonic Temple and St. John Chrysostom

Join the Fall 2014 Fellows for a tour of prominent places of worship and Freemasonry in downtown Philly.

Nov
21

Field Study: Princeton and Washington’s Crossing

Join the Fall 2014 Fellows to learn about Washington's keen revolutionary strategies, the Witherspoon Institute, and more.

Dec
5

Field Study: Valley Forge, Germantown and Cliveden

Join the Fall 2014 Fellows as they learn about the encampment of soldiers and a battle site for the Revolutionary War.

As to the position that ‘the people always mean well,’ or, in other words, that they always mean to say and do what they believe to be right and just, -- it may be popular, but it cannot be true. The word people … applies to all the individual inhabitants of a country…. That portion of them who individually mean well never was, nor until the millennium will be considerable."
John Jay, Letter to Judge Peters, March 14, 1815