Here is a retrospective list of some of our papers and activities in 2019, with links where available. A warm thanks to our readers, and best wishes for the new year!
DeGirolami, The Traditions of American Constitutional Law (forthcoming, Notre Dame Law Review 2020).
Movsesian, Masterpiece Cakeshop and the Future of Religious Freedom, 42 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 711 (2019).
DeGirolami, First Amendment Traditionalism (forthcoming, Wash. U. L. Rev. 2020).
Movsesian, The Armenian Genocide Today, First Things, November.
DeGirolami, The Sickness Unto Death of the First Amendment, 31 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 751 (2019).
Movsesian, Tertullian and the Rise of Religious Freedom, University Bookman, August.
DeGirolami, Notes on a New Fusion, Liberty Fund, July.
Movsesian, Interpreting the Bladensburg Cross Case, First Things, June.
DeGirolami, Cross Purposes, Public Discourse, June.
Movsesian, The Devout and the Nones, First Things, April.
DeGirolami, Jurisprudence as an Expression of Character, Liberty Fund, January.
Conversation with Hon. Kyle Duncan (5th Circuit) and Hon. Richard Sullivan (2d Circuit) on church-state issues at the Supreme Court.
Legal Spirits (podcast series concerning law and religion).
In spring 2019, DeGirolami was a fellow in the James Madison Program in Princeton University’s Department of Politics.
DeGirolami, Panel on Keith Whittington’s “Repugnant Laws,” James Madison Program, Princeton University, November.
Movsesian, “Church-State Relations in a Time of Scandal,” Morningside Institute, September.
Movsesian, Constitution Day Lecture, The King’s College, September.
DeGirolami, “The Supreme Court’s New Traditionalism,” Skidmore College, September.
DeGirolami, “The Constitution, the Courts, and Conservatism,” Hertog Foundation, July.
The Center for Law and Religion colonizes the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy! June.
Movsesian, “Religion and the Administrative State,” Center for the Study of the Administrative State, George Mason University, March.
DeGirolami, “Free Exercise of Religion and Free Speech,” AALS Law and Religion Conference, January.