Events

Convening world-class speakers & diverse perspectives

Each year through events large and small, over 3,000 students, faculty, and community members to engage and be challenged by wide-ranging ideas and perspectives.

Featured Events

Lecture

Public Event

David Lyle Jeffrey (Ph.D. Princeton), Distinguished Professor of Literature and Humanities at Baylor University, presents the 22nd Annual Holmer Lecture.

The Future of  the Humanities in a Materialist Age

Thursday, November 2 | 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Can we learn about human artistic and intellectual endeavor without an appreciation for the transcendent character of human persons? And to what extent does our appreciation for “the human person” depend upon a spiritual dimension to human life alongside physical and temporal ones? What authority, if any, has the past earned for our reflections today on what it means to be human? Our answers to these questions will shape not only the curriculum of the university, but the very future of the university. More Info.

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Discussions

Public Event

Anselm Open House

Monday, November 27 | 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Join us for an Anselm House open house! Learn about our distinctive mission in just one hour. More Info.

 

Discussions

Public Event

VARIOUS AUTHORS AND FACILITATORS

Fall Reading Groups

We are pleased to announce our fall reading groups. Throughout the fall we explore different books and topics through our reading groups—take a look at what’s coming up and find a group (or two) that interests you. More Info and registration.