Dr. Virginia Arbery Presents “Two Cheers for Our Puritan Roots,” The Third Installment of This Year’s Lecture Series
Our Lecture Series continues this Friday, February 1st as Dr. Virginia Arbery Presents “Two Cheers for Our Puritan Roots.”
Dr. Arbery is Associate Professor of Humanities at Wyoming Catholic College. Dr. Arbery has written and lectured extensively on the role of George Washington in the American founding and has also published on Greek and Southern literature, Augustine, Rousseau, women’s studies, American education, and a range of constitutional issues. A frequent participant in Liberty Fund Conferences since 1993, she is a member of Philadelphia Society and was a co-recipient with her husband Dr. Glenn Arbery of the Circe Institute’s Russell Kirk Padeia Prize for a lifetime achievement in the Humanities.
The Lecture will start in the ballroom at The Inn at Lander at 7:00 in the evening. Wyoming Catholic College invites guests, faculty, staff, and seniors to a wine and cheese reception after the lecture.
Each year, Wyoming Catholic College welcomes lecturers from the wider academic community to the town of Lander—distinguished men and women who contribute complementary perspectives across a wide range of disciplines. Four such lectures are held each year, and all are open to the public.