Session 1Friday, 8:45 am – 10:45 am    
 1aOikos and Polis: The Domestic Roots of Politics (P85)Samuel Hage (ch)Tulane UniversityAthens, Jerusalem, Saxony: Edward Gibbon on the Roots of the Modern West
   Alexandra Baro Saddle River Day School The Sum of Small Things: Politics in Anna Karenina
   Joseph M. KeeginTulane UniversityFrontier Intellectualism: On the Past and Future of Philosophy in America
   Jordan PoynerCatherine ProjectThe Threshold of Wonder: On the Relationship between Household, Regime, and Philosophy in Homer’s Odyssey
      
 1bNew Wine in Old Terms (P152)Daniel Maher (ch)Assumption UniversityCharity Ends at Home in Bacon’s Advancement of Learning
   Bernard DobskiAssumption UniversityThe Shifting Meaning of Place in Machiavelli’s Discourses on Livy
      
   Borden FlanaganAmerican UniversityOntology and Politics in Thucydides
      
 1cWhere MattersMarc Jolley Mercer UniversityText as Place and Place as Text
   Antony LyonUniversity of California San DiegoPoetry in the Landscape: Simon Armitage and the Stanza Stone Trail
   Michele RozgaNorfolk State University“From the myriad thence-arous’d words”, a “ductile anchor” is formed: place in Walt Whitman
   Mary Elizabeth HalperSt. John’s CollegePlace and Un-Place: Reading the Iliad Online
      
 1dSacred PlacesEmma Cohen de LaraAmsterdam University CollegeA Place of Meaning? 
   Nikolas HolwegerUniversity of DallasTensions of Creation: Seeking Order in Mike McCormack’s Solar Bones
   Emily LangstonSt. Johns CollegePlace and Time on the Magic Mountain 
   Sarah BabcockDharma Realm Buddhist UniversityFinding Our Place Through Communal Ritual Creation
      
 1eJourneys and WanderingEnrique BanúsUniversidad de PiuraThe traveller and the space: going home as indicator
   Bretton RodriguezUC San DiegoHistory, Legend, and the Mediterranean in Tirant lo Blanch 
   Matthew YoungElon UniversityOn Homecoming in ‘Hannah Coulter’
   Elizabeth-Jane McGuireVillanova UniversitySir Gawain and the Liminality of the Natural World
      
 1fIn the World, But Not Of ItChristian WarnerHillsdale CollegePascal’s Pensees and our place in the world
   Therese NetzerFaulkner UniversityThe Consolation of the Consolation
      
   Stuart PattersonNorth Central CollegeLaozi as the Author (Function) of the Daodejing 
      
 1gWhat Kind of Place is America (Supposed to Be)Wyatt HillUniversity of DallasPublius’ Prudence in the Federalist Papers
   Geoffrey KellowCarleton UniversityThe Autobiography and Franklin’s Myth of Self Making
   Jeremy BaileyUniversity of OklahomaThe Ambition of Jefferson’s Second Inaugural
   Peter McNamaraArizona State UniversityPlace and Cultural Appropriation in Ralph Ellison’s “The Little Man at Chehaw Station.”
      
 1hThe Search Program at RhodesKenneth Morrell (ch)Rhodes CollegeEighty Year of Search: 1944 to 2024
   Susan SatterfieldRhodes CollegeThe New Minor in Humanities
   Patrick HarrisRhodes CollegeSearch: Regional Travel-Study Modules 
   Ella ColemanRhodes CollegeSearch: The Rhodes Caracal Society
   Sarah DassingerRhodes CollegeSearch: Liberal Arts in Prison Program
      
Session 2Friday, 11:00 am –  12:30 pm    
 2a(Re)Placing Aristotle’s Poetics and Rhetoric in the Contemporary Core (P125)Matthew Oberieder (ch)Rogers State UniversityKatharsis and Wonder in Aristotle’s Poetics
   Matthew PostUniversity of TulsaEthos and Pathos in teaching Literature: Rich Resources or Manipulations? 
   Victor UdwinUniversity of TulsaA Look Beneath the Scars Left when Aristotle Separated Poetics from Rhetoric
      
 2bWrestling With the Past for the Present (P178)Theodore Hadzi-Antich Jr. (ch)The Great Questions Foundation and Austin Community College(just chairing, no paper)
   Natasha WhittonBaton Rouge Community CollegeConnecting Experience: Teaching The Plague Before and After COVID
   James BennettHuntington Jr. CollegeDifficult Topics and Classic Texts in the Classroom
   Joseph MoctezumaWilbur Wright CollegeAntigone, Antigonick, and Antigona Gonzales: Teaching Concepts of Justice Across Translation and Knowledge
      
 2cLocating OurselvesJohn Anders (ch)Trinity UniversityLegendre on Least Squares: the Role of Place from Dunkirk to Evaux to Montjouy 
   Peter UlricksonThe Catholic University of AmericaTopology and Aristotle’s Place in It
   Erica JohnsonUniversity of DallasThe role of “Place” in Aristotle’s Definition of Motion and Newton’s Inertia: How will this controversy end? (Or will it continue forever?)
      
 2dHome is Where . . . Miriam McElvainUniversity of DallasPenelope’s Oikos and Kleos: Place and Faithfulness in the Odyssey
   David AndersonUniversity of OklahomaCoriolanus At Home 
   Lisa JenningsValparaisoUnexpected Junctures of Place, Home, and Connection in Jhumpa Lahiri’s “Mrs. Sen’s”
      
 2eHumans in Nature and the CityNiels RivasAdolfo Ibañez UniversitySearching for new roots: notes on The Decameron, by G. Boccaccio
   Nicolas McAfeeUniversity of DallasThe Timelessness of Cities in the Summa Theologiae
   Casey WheatlandTexas State UniversityMachiavelli’s Martial Critique of the Renaissance in the Mandragola
      
 2fTravel Writing and MemoirMichael KromSt. Vincent’s CollegeThe Wanderings of St. Augustine
   Kristina MarkmanUC San DiegoWhy I Teach John Mandeville’s Travel Narrative 
   Jay LutzOglethorpe UniversityTerry Whitmore’s Memphis-Nam- Sweden
      
 2gWhere’re You From? Race, Class, and Liberal EducationJoshua ShmiklerCollege of Mount Saint VincentDu Bois on the Limits of Liberal Arts Education
   David CarlSt. John’s CollegeReflections on W. E. B. Du Bois’ “Of the Wings of Atlanta” from The Souls of Black Folk
   Kristen KoenigConcordia University, Irvine Utilizing the Sociological Canon to Teach about the Inequality of Place
      
Session 3Friday, 2:00 pm –  4:30 pm    
      
 3aShakespeare After All at 20 (P22)Daniel Cullen (ch)Rhodes College 
   Marjorie GarberHarvard University“On MacBeth”
   Carol McNamaraGreat Hearts Institute for Classical EducationMarjorie Garber on the Merchant of Venice
   Stephen WirlsRhodes CollegeMarjorie Garber on Measure for Measure
      
 3bPrudence, Knowledge, and the Human Good (P73)Frank Rohmer (ch)Austin CollegeOn the Dutiful and the True: Cicero on the Prudential Resolution of the Inescapable Tension between the Competing Goods of the Active and Contemplative Life
   Ann ColmoDomincan UniversityPrudence in Aristotle’s Politics
   Randy OlsonSt. Michael’s CollegeBetween Opinion and Knowledge: The Place of Phronesis in Plato’s Meno
   Daniel PalmAzusa Pacific UniversityPrudential Men and Regimes: Thucydides’ History of the Peloponnesian War
   Joseph ReisertColby CollegePrudence in Burke’s Political Thought
      
 3cLiberal Education Without Borders I (P132)Ethan Cutler (ch)Boston CollegeLeaping and Ruminating: Nietzsche’s Genealogy as an Education in Reading
   William LittleDuke UniversityErotic Pride: The Problem with Alcibiades
   Andrea RayUniversity of ChicagoSpinoza on Political Friendship
   Kevin HazUniversity of Notre DameHegel’s Dialectic of Lord and Bondsman: Liberation Through Formation
   Rachel WagnerUniversity of TorontoThe “I” in Oedipus: Recovering Sigmund Freud’s Approach to Core Texts
      
 3dFaith, Freedom, and the StatePatrick GrayRhodes CollegeReading the Parable of the Talents with Capitalists and Marxists
   David WilleyBaylor University“The Gospel and the pagan Wilde”: Uses of the Bible in Oscar Wilde’s “The Happy Prince”
   Grant PottsAustin Community CollegeThe Place of Reason in Religion: Cicero on The Nature of the Gods
   Yiyang ZhugeBoston CollegeTocqueville on Religion and Politics
   Michael ChiarelloSt. Bonaventure University“The coherence of Sartre’s Existentialism”
      
 3ePatriotism and its LimitsPeter McDonaldBaylor UniversityThe Tragedy of Patriotism in Aeschylus
   Matthew Post and Emma Cohen de LaraUniversity of Tulsa/Amsterdam University CollegeCan virtue lead us to attack the place where we live? Platonic and Aristotelian reflections on Shakespeare’s Coriolanus
   Robert AbbotSt.John’s CollegeIs there a “World Elsewhere” for Coriolanus? 
      
 3fPlato and PlaceMatthew VandeerwaakUniversity of King’s CollegeThe City and the Soul: on the Place of Plato’s Ideal City in the Republic
   Charles ConellanUniversity of DallasAthens as a Character (and Beyond) in Plato’s Crito
   Sarah HouserBenedictine CollegeSocratic Philosophy and the Importance of Place in Plato’s Crito
   John PascarellaUtah State UniversitySocrates’ Enduring View of Democracy’s Character
   Norman FischerClark Atlanta UniversityThe Appearance of Nature in Plato’s Meno
      
Session 4Friday, 4:45 pm – 6:30 pm    
 4aPhilosophy and the Cult of Home and Hearth (P103)Stephen Matter (ch)Arizona State and the Public Interest FellowshipSocrates and Kingmaker, Socrates as Teacher
   Luke SpitzleyMichigan State UniversityThe Argument and Action of Plato’s Minos
   Quinn RifkinSt. John’s CollegeHerodotus’ Analysis of Law
   Ethan GarafaloSt. John’s CollegeAbandoned in Hostile Lands: the Socratic Meno and the Absence of Civic Education
   Juan Ignacio Riveras SilvestroUniversity of NavarraPutting Down Roots: A Reading of Republic 347a-d
      
 4bClassical Political Philosophy and Founders (P122)Gregory McBrayer (ch)Ashland UniversityLycurgus, the Legendary Lacedaemonian Lawgiver
   Alex PriouUniversity of ColoradoA Redemption from Decadence: Socrates’ Parting Myths to Glaucon
   Paul DiduchUniversity of ColoradoThe Problem of Succession in Xenophon’s Persia
   Tobin CraigMichigan StateOne Founder? Two Founder? Three Founder? More? An Interpretation of Livy on the Romulus-Numa Sequences in Ab Urbe Condita
      
 4cWomen’s  PlacesKirsten LodgeMidwestern State University TexasTeaching Christine de Pizan’s City of Women in a World Literature Course
   Annalise DevriesSamford UniversityDuty, Tragedy and Justice in the Women of Sophocles
   Taddy KalasAugustana CollegeDisplaced Women: Context, Pretext, and the Critique of Reason
   Margaret MatthewsVillanova UniversityGabrielle Suchon on Women’s Right to the Philosophical Life
      
 4dLost and Found in TranslationBrendan CookUniversity of South FloridaIf Plato were a Roman: “Traces of the old flame” in Marsilio Ficino’s Latin translation of Phaedrus
   Maia CampbellUniversity of DallasThe Function of “Sad Stories” in Shakespeare’s Henriad (from Richard II to Henry V)
      
   Veronica Mayer BryantAmerican Council of Trustees and AlumniUniversalism and Exceptionalism of Place in Language and its Teaching
      
 4ePlaces of Dying and DeathIsaiah MitchellUniversity of DallasThe Corpse in “The Faerie Queene”
   Melissa JohnsonBiola UniversityAt Home with Death
   Kenneth OdomFaulkner UniversityRe-Reading Creon
   Anand MangalUniversity of DallasHaec Est Domus Ultima – Hades Is Our Final Home
      
 4fThe Evolving CoreCreighton RosentalMercer UniversityRePlacing the Canon: Perspectives on Diversifying the Core Texts
   Timothy SuttonSamford UniversityThomas Aquinas Refuses to Bless the Aristotle-Osteen Partnership in General Education
   J.Scott LeeACTCIn a different place. Does reading classics help with reading a modern epic novel — The Iliad, the Poetics, and Shogun?
   Kerri PopeAustin Community CollegeFinding Meaning in Change: The Story and the Student
   Harrison GlazeBaylor UniversityRe-Placing Modernist Epic: Gwendolyn Brooks’s Annie Allen Reads The Waste Land
      
 4gSituation and SkepticismKari BrooksUniversity of DallasArmchair Philosophizing: Descartes, Doubt, and Displacement
   Sujung KwonSt. John’s CollegeHow Does Kant Solve Hume’s Problem? 
      
Session 5Saturday, 8:45 am – 10:45 am    
 5aLeo Strauss’ The City and Man and A Revisiting of the Ancient Presentation of Science (P118)Travis HadleyCollin CollegeThucydides on Poetry, Oracles, and the Pursuit of Truth
   Paul DiduchUniversity of ColoradoShould Socrates’ Discovery of the Primacy of Form be Construed as a Theory of Forms? 
   James GuestIndependent ScholarOn the Relation of Political Philosophy and Philosophic Science in Aristotle
   Joshua ParensUniversity of DallasStrauss’s Portrait of Socrates in His Chapter on Aristotle in City and Man
      
 5bPop Culture PairingsMichael NicholsPurdue UniversityThe Dark Knight Returns: A Graphic Novel in the Transformative Texts Classroom
   Richard KamberThe College of New JerseyGroundhog Day: A Parable of Self-Authorship in Small Town America
   Bryan SantinConcordia University IrvineThe Bard of Avon meets the Bard of Compton: Notes on Teaching William Shakespeare and Kendrick Lamar
      
 5cDisplacement, Discontent, and AnxietyDavid CarlSt. John’sWhen there’s no there there, then where is it? Literature at the Edge of Meaning or Teaching the Unteachable: Stein’s Tender Buttons.
   Laura CrawfordSamford UniversityStop Waiting for Godot: Modernity, Uncertainty, and Distraction
   John CollmanAve Maria UniversityThe Origin of the Essays – Montaigne’s “Of Idleness” 
   Joseph MalfitanoUniversity of DallasFOMO, or Why that girl looking over your shoulder would rather be someplace else, accounted for in light of de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America
      
 5dHumans in the Natural WorldBryn FordUniversity of NevadaHesiod, the Dao De Jing, and Humanity’s Place in Nature: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Teaching Ancient (and Modern) Cosmologies
   Roderick SoperConcordia University IrvineHow Do I Understand Nature
    Cristiana ContiAustin Community College“Does the eagle soar at your command?” (Job 39:27): Exploring the Interplay between Environmental Degradation and Humanity’s Relationship with the Natural World in the Creation Theology of the Book of Job.
   Sarah KaramConcordia University IrvineWilderness through the feminine lens of Mary Austin
      
 5eMorality, Situation, and SocietyBryan RichardsonHillsdale CollegeDenis Diderot and the Enlightenment’s Sexual Revolution 
   Joshua TrevinoUniversity of Tennessee ChattanoogaNietzsche’s Timeline of Philosophers and Moralities
   Susan DoddUniversity of King’s CollegeAugustine’s Theory of History?
   Robert AndersonSt. Anselm CollegeAugustine and the Goldilocks Problem of Human Happiness
   Enrique PallaresThe Catholic University of AmericaThe Beyond of Here: The Meaning of the Person in Kierkegaard’s Either/Or
      
 5fTeaching the CoreJohn HopeHuron University College“War and Peace” in War and Peace: Disciplinarity in the Context of Core Texts Pedagogy
   David ArndtSt. Mary’s College of CaliforniaHow To Teach Sciences As Liberal Arts? On Geometry
   Daniel DeenConcordia University IrvineThe Guiding Blindness
   Molly McGrathAssumption UniversityThe Function of Education in Husserl’s Crisis
   Robyn LongBaker UniversityTeaching Primary Texts of the First World War
      
 5gSituated LoveClemente CoxUniversidad de los AndesA Place for Love: Spatial Configurations in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
   Matthew WildeDonnelly College“Opposites Attract?” “Birds of a Feather?” Aquinas on Likeness as a Cause of Love
   Minh ThantMichigan StateThe Use and Abuse of Love Potion in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream
   Blythe CreelanUniversity of South FloridaThe “Secret Lover:” The Importance of Self-Knowledge and Definitions in Plato’s Phaedrus
      
Session 6Saturday 11:00 am – 12:30 pm    
 6aNon-utopic Places that Transform (P163)Shih Yu Wu (ch)Dharma Realm Buddhist UniversityForest as a Buddhist Refuge for Liberating Disorientation
   Camelia RaghinaruConcordia University IrvineA Sense of Place in Flannery O’Connor’s A Good Man Is Hard to Find
   Le Dung RohmerIndependent ScholarThe Novelist’s Sympathetic Rendering of Place: Nhat Linh’s Xom Cau Moi (The New Bridge Hamlet)
      
 6bThe Liberal Arts and Accreditation (P165)Joshua Parens (ch)University of Dallas 
   Rob Manzer  
   James Guest or Matt Post  
      
 6cAristotle in His Place (P188)Colin Redeemer (ch)St. Mary’s College of CaliforniaAugustine: An Unlikely Aristotelian?
   Sheldon DanceJohn Adams AcademyGrammar and the Modern Mind
   Marcus OtteUniversity of DallasSuarez and the Theory of Substantial Form
      
 6dReal and Unreal Cities: Political Poetry after T.S. Eliot’s The Wasteland (P189)Alex Taylor (ch)University of DallasDo not “Fear Death By Water”: T. S> Eliot and Evelyn Waugh on the Symbolic Place of Water
   Martin LockerdUniversity of St. Thomas, HoustonMourning the Polis in The Wasteland
   Peter TardiffUniversity of DallasThe Neoclassical City: Ovid, Eliot, and the Transformation of Place
      
 6eExile, Faith, Reason, and ReturnJoseph Knippenberg (ch)Oglethorpe UniversityReligious Toleration in Locke and Mendelssohn
   Peter BrownMercer UniversityDiaspora as Exile and Promise: Jacob and His Children
   Robert ManzerAmerican Academy for Liberal EducationThe Place of Zionism in George Eliot’s Moral Imagination
      
 6fHuman Nature, Science, and TechnologyNan Darbous MarthallerFaulkner University(Re-) Introducing Henri Bergson
   Meghan SweetDharma Realm Buddhist UniversityAncient Cyborgs
   Roberta BrownWestern New Mexico UniversityTuberculosis as Influence on Orwell and his Novel 1984
      
 6gCommunal Spaces and Human ConnectionJoanne JanssenBaker UniversitySeeing at Home: Place in Jose Saramago’s “Blindness”
   John DoodyArizona State UniversityWhy Place Matters and then Again Why Place Doesn’t Matter
   Martin TraceyBenedictine UniversityPlace Does NOT Matter: Peter Singer on Our Moral Obligations to Distant Strangers 
      
 6hAlternative PlacesElizabeth ReyesSt. Thomas Aquinas CollegeWhales and Aliens: The Place of Place in the worlds of Herman Melville and Ray Bradbury.
   Martha BaylesBoston CollegeWhy Ursula K. Le Guin’s Masterpiece, “The Left Hand of Darkness,” Is Not a Utopia
   Simon FrazierIndependent ScholarWhy Modern Japan? An Exploration of Nietzschean Philosophy from an Unexpected Genre and Place, and Inquiry into the Reasons for its Origin
      
Session 7Saturday, 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm    
 7aSpeaking Publicly: Topoi as Places We Go To Think (P102)J. Scott Lee (ch)ACTC, retiredTeaching Rhetoric in Core Text Courses: Seeking Thought in Public Topoi
   Matthew PostUniversity of TulsaAristotle’s Topics: Powerful Thinking or Dangerous Sophistry
   Randall FowlerFresno Pacific UniversityCreating New Worlds: Polysyndeton, Genesis 1, and Online Argument
   Greg CampFresno Pacific UniversitySituating the Rhetoric of Jesus’ Arguments
   Richard RawlsGeorgia Gwinnet CollegeEpictetus’ “Power of Speaking” and the Faculty of Moral Purpose in the Discourses
   Eric BontempoAbilene Christian CollegePublic Rhetoric in Newman’s The Idea of the University
      
 7bLiberal Education Without Borders II (P133)Neco Donohue (ch)University of Texas at AustinMontaigne’s Education of Citizen and Self
   Luca FrumentoIndependent ScholarAristotelian Friendship and Liveral Education
   Christine BasilBelmont Abbey CollegeWhere Can the Good Life Flourish? Aristotle’s Ethics Across America’s State, Secular, and Religious Institutions of Higher Education
   Isabelle ThelenBaylor UniversitySaint Augustine’s Curiositas: The Dangers of Pursuing Knowledge to Avoid Self-Knowledge
   Dominic CassellaCatholic University of AmericanWhat Makes Education Liberal: Core Texts and Running the Race
      
 7cEx-Patriots,Immigrants, Citizens, and Friends   
   Emma Cohen de LaraAmsterdam University CollegeCivic friendship and reconciliation
   Ellen RigsbySt. Mary’s College of CAPlace as a third term between Individual and Community in Sophocles’ Antigone and Robin Wall Kimmerer’s Braiding Sweetgrass
   J. Walter SterlingSt. John’s College“Just sun and dust”: The aesthetic of Sicily in Lampedusa’s The Leopard
   Kerri TomConcordia University Irvine“To live in a new house would kill me”: Dracula’s Encounter with the True England
      
 7dHorrific Places and Human ActionElizabeth EastmanIndependent ScholarThe Place of Plato’s Crito in American Political Discourse
   Sean BortzConcordia University IrvineDeath and Survival during the Holocaust: Teaching Primo Levi’s Survival in Auschwitz as a Core Text
   Page LawsNorfolk StatePlace of Horror or Space for Hope? : Sterling A. Brown’s 1936 Poem “Remembering Nat Turner”
   John RuffValparaiso UniversitySwords into Ploughshares/Bayonets into Badminton Rackets: Iconic Images of The American Dream and the Dream Deferred in Willa Cather’s My Antonia and in The Art Diary of Takuichi Fujii
   Richard BuckwalterKennessaw State, retiredJuvenal, On the Depravity, Decline, and Fall of an Empire, Satire 6.
      
 7eConventions and Expectations in ShakespeareJason WallaceSamford UniversityVirtue and Violation: Deception, Truth, and Nature in King Lear 
   Kay Malte BischofUniversity of Notre DameShakespeare on Tragedy as failed Comedy
   Janelle AijianBiola UniversityMiracles and Testimony in Early Modern England
   Neil RobertsonUniversity of King’s CollegeHamlet and the End of the Renaissance
   John NortonConcordia University IrvineTragic Simplification & The Merchant of Venice
      
 7fThe Places of Higher EducationJacqueline Pfeffer MerrillBipartisan Policy CenterReflections on Michael Oakeshott’s A Place of Learning
   Shannon WatkinsThe Martin Center for Academic RenewalThe Spider and the Bee: Universities Must Put Modern Tools in the Service of Ancient Wisdom
   Chris SnyderMississippi State UniversityAugustine and Boethius on the Liberal Arts
   Eric BontempoAbilene Christian UniversityPublic Rhetoric in Newman’s The Idea of a University
      
 7gArt as/and TextSusan MatassaUniversity of DallasChild-like Love in Crashaw’s “Hymn to the Name and Honor of the Admirable Saint Teresa”
   Clinton ArmstrongConcordia University IrvineHere We Go Round: Reception of Ovid in Art and Core Text
   Mark WalterAurora University“The Play’s the Thing”: representing theatricality in two early films by Jacques Rivette
   Anne RuszkiewiczSullivan County Community CollegeThe Bayeux Tapestry: the Mystery and Motives of Place
   Dolan KayUniversity of DallasThe Philosophy of Music in O’Connor’s “Revelation”
      
Session 8Saturday, 4:45 pm to 6:30 pm    
  8aBodies, Minds, and and NormsJarret CartyConcordia UniversityThe Heart and William Harvey in Descartes’s Discourse on Method
   Daniel MurphySt.Peter’s UniversityHegel, Mind and Norms
   Peter WakeSt. Edward’s UniversityKant, Hegel, and the Ethics of Place
      
 8bLiterary Invention and FormMichael RigginsBaylor UniversitySomething Understood’: Metaphor and the Riddle Tradition in George Herbert’s ‘Prayer (I)’
   J. Scott LeeACTCMaking Character Through the Autobiographical Confessions: Implied Author, Narrator, and “Augustine”
   Annemarie KrallUniversity of DallasThe Place of Jane Austen in Understanding Xenophon
      
 8cSentiment, Value, and CommerceDaniel NuckolsAustin CollegeChallenges to Reason and Sentiment in Current Economic Life
   Simon FrazierIndependent ScholarNietzschean Economics: A Reevaluation of Modern Economic Values
   Michael DinkSt. John’s CollegePascal on Amour-Propre and Smtih on the Desire for Approbation
   Robyn LongBaker UniversityRevisiting the Scottish Enlightenment in Pre-Pandemic and Pandemic 2020
      
 8dFreedom, Place, and PoliticsDavid DolenceDominican UniversityOutside Place and Time: Tocqueville’s Democratic Odyssey
   Enjie LinBaylor UniversityFreedom in Rousseau’s Pure State of Nature
   Gabe WhitbreadDuke UniversityPunishment and Political Community in Locke’s Second Treatise
   Michael DitmorePepperdine UniversitySourcing Ultimate Authority for Revolution: Jephthah in Locke’s Second Treatise
      
 8ePatriotism and its LimitsPeter McDonaldBaylor UniversityThe Tragedy of Patriotism in Aeschylus
   Matthew Post and Emma Cohen de LaraUniversity of Tulsa/Amsterdam University CollegeCan virtue lead us to attack the place where we live? Platonic and Aristotelian reflections on Shakespeare’s Coriolanus
   Robert AbbotSt.John’s CollegeIs there a “World Elsewhere” for Coriolanus?