June 26-28 2018 – 4th Classical Liberal Summer Seminar at the Sigtuna Foundation
This year’s Classical Liberal Summer Seminar is arranged at the Sigtuna Foundation (Sigtunastiftelsen). The Seminar discussions will be arranged through a two and a half-day seminar.
Preliminary themes include: Writings of Paine and Burke - liberal reform and classical liberal contestations Postmodernism and classical liberalism - Must they conflict? Might they even complement one another? Liberal reformers in late 18th century Sweden - Höijer, Rosenstein and Kellgren German romantics - in conversation with classical liberalism?
Discussions will be led by: Daniel Klein, Professor, George Mason University and Ratio Institute Björn Hasselgren, PhD, Timbro and Uppsala University Magnus Jernkrok, PhD student, Gothenburg University The seminar is offered free of charge, accommodation and meals are included. Participants are expected to download the literature in advance and to have read the texts. The discussions are the core of the course why active participation in the discussions is expected.
Register interest for participating
For more information and expressions of interest to participate please contact Björn Hasselgren. email@example.com
Programs for past Classical Liberal Summer Seminars here.
About Sigtuna Foundation
In Sigtuna, 35 km North of Stockholm the Sigtuna Foundation was established more than 100 years ago as a private cultural foundation with a principle aim to inspire human thought and reflection. Society has changed in many ways since then, but the Foundation’s ambition is still the very same, to offer an open space for people with different backgrounds, traditions and viewpoints who wish to meet, interact and learn from one another in atmosphere of mutual respect. Today the Sigtuna Foundation operates as a center for education and research, and also for various kinds of cultural programs. The Sigtuna Foundation with its atmospheric facilities in peaceful and scenic surroundings, offers a splendid environment to connect to the classic message of freedom and liberty, as seen through 18-19th century perspectives.
More information on the Sigtuna Foundation here.