Here is a retrospective list of some of our papers and activities in 2018, with links where available. A warm word of gratitude to our readers, and best wishes for the new year!
DeGirolami, On the Uses of Anti-Christian Identity Politics, in “Religious Freedom, LGBT Rights, and the Prospects for Common Ground” (Robin Fretwell Wilson & William Eskridge, eds., 2018).
Movsesian, Markets and Morals: The Limits of Doux Commerce, 9 Wm. & Mary Bus. L. Rev. 449 (2018).
DeGirolami, The Sickness Unto Death of the First Amendment (forthcoming Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy).
Movsesian, Masterpiece Cakeshop and the Future of Religious Freedom, 42 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol’y (forthcoming)
DeGirolami (with Kevin Walsh), Conservatives, Don’t Put Too Much Hope in the Next Justice (New York Times, July).
DeGirolami (with Kevin Walsh), 2018 Supreme Court Roundup: Kennedy’s Last Term (First Things, October).
DeGirolami, The Long Tail of Legal Liberalism (reviewing Patrick Deneen, Why Liberalism Failed (2018)) (Liberty Fund Library of Law and Liberty, February)
The Tradition Project, Part III: “Tradition and the Global Clash of Values,” Rome, Italy, December.
Legal Spirits (podcast series concerning law and religion).
In spring 2018, Movsesian was a fellow in the James Madison Program in Princeton University’s Department of Politics.
Throughout the year, Movsesian blogged regularly at First Things and Law & Liberty.
Movsesian, Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture Annual Conference, Panelist, “A House Divided–Polarization in Our Common Life,” November.
Movsesian, Princeton University, Panelist, “Religious Freedom at Home and Abroad,” Madison Program Annual Conference, May.
Movsesian, Princeton University, Commentator, Conference on Law, Religion, and Complicity, University Center for Human Values, April.
Movsesian, Princeton University, Madison Program Workshop Series, The Future of Religious Freedom.
Movsesian, Colloquium on Religion and Liberalism, First Things Magazine (invited participant).
Movsesian, Columbia Law School, Guest Faculty, “Reading Group in the American Constitutional Tradition.
Movsesian, George Mason University Law School, Center for the Study of the Administrative State, The Future of Religious Freedom, March.
DeGirolami, “Higher Purposes of Free Speech,” Conference, “Higher Powers,” Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture, November.
DeGirolami, Constitution Day Discussion, The King’s College, New York (with David Tubbs), September.
DeGirolami, “First Amendment Developments in the Supreme Court’s Recent Cases,” Loyola University Maryland, September.
DeGirolami, “The Sickness Unto Death of the First Amendment,” Center for the Study of the Administrative State, George Mason University School of Law, March.