CHESTERTOWN, MD— Acclaimed historian Richard Beeman, winner of the 2010 George Washington Book Prize, has recently joined the Washington College community as a Senior Fellow of both the C.V. Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience and the Institute for Religion, Politics and Culture (IRPC). In his new role, Beeman will offer a special four-week series of public talks at the College this fall. The series, Inventing a Nation, will provide attendees a crash course in the dramatic highs and lows of America’s first 25 years.
October 18, “The Founders and the Myth of the ‘Original Meaning’ of the Constitution”
More details will be announced in September.