Designed for undergraduate and graduate students with interest in free market economics and classical liberal ideas, three intensive summer seminar sessions have been announced by the Institute for Humane Studies (IHS). These three seminars, with introductory, intermediate, and advanced options, are hosted at Bryn Mawr College outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Davidson College in North Carolina.
The introductory level seminar, titled The Foundations of Liberty, is suited for undergraduate students seeking to learn more about classical liberalism and its related topics. It will be held from June 23-29, 2018 at Bryn Mawr College near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The Frontiers of Liberty is the intermediate seminar. Held at Davidson College from July 14-20, it delves into the classical liberal facets of economics, law, political science, philosophy, and history. This seminar is ideal for classically liberal-minded graduate students interested in pursuing a PhD.
Designed for both graduate students and advanced undergraduate students seeking to further their education, the advanced session, titled The Future of Liberty, will be held from June 16-22 at Bryn Mawr College. This seminar will explore an interdisciplinary understanding of classical liberal ideas and will feature discussion sessions along with guest appearances from renowned scholars in the related fields of study.
More information on the sessions can be found here. To apply for the sessions, complete the application here. The deadline to apply is May 1, 2018. IHS will cover seminar tuition, housing, meals, and books. Participants are responsible for travel costs. Limited travel scholarships will be available for accepted students to apply for later this spring.