January 31, 2021
The National Association of Scholars, with its mission to uphold, “the standards of a liberal arts education that fosters intellectual freedom, searches for the truth, and promotes virtuous citizenship,” will hold a webinar entitled, Fringe History, Flawed Scholarship on Wednesday, February 3, at noon, MT.
The group focuses on education reform, with some of its many concerns being the:
- Exclusion of conservative and traditional viewpoints
- Censorship of ideas and suppression of debate
- Overemphasis on issues of race, gender, class, sexual orientation
- Systematic denigration of American society
- Excessively high tuitions
According to their announcement for Fringe History, Flawed Scholarship, the online event will, “assemble notable scholars to comment on different aspects of Wood’s 1620, the 1619 Project, and the true nature of American history.”
Speakers for the event include:
Peter W. Wood, president, National Association of Scholars; author of 1620: A Critical Response to the 1619 Project.
Phil Magness, senior research fellow, American Institute for Economic Research; author of The 1619 Project: A Critique.
Ian Rowe, senior visiting fellow, The Woodson Center; resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute.
Robert Paquette, president, Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization.
To learn more, or to register, visit: Fringe History, Flawed Scholarship, Online Event