Ideas in Progress, hosted by Anthony Comegna, PhD, invites professors and scholars to share how their research intersects with classical liberal ideas.
Each week we dig into these concepts that form the foundation of classical liberalism discovering how they tie into the modern world and are helping to shape the future.
Asma Uddin's Politics of Vulnerability
Aspen fellow and author Asma Uddin sits down with Mike Tolhurst to speak about her latest book, “The Politics of Vulnerability, How to Heal Muslim-Christian Relations in a Post-Christian America: Today's Threat to Religion and Religious Freedom” certainly a timely topic in this day and age.
Judge Glock's Dead Pledge
Banks, bankers, and busted mortgages, oh my. The Cicero Institute’s Judge Glock drops by the virtual studio to weave tales of desperate financial times from his latest book, “The Dead Pledge: The Origins of the Mortgage Market and Federal Bailouts, 1913-1939.” Pull up a parcel of land, sit back, and listen in as Anthony Comegna and Judge Glock discuss the matter on Ideas in Progress.
John Hasnas and Civil Society
Listen in on our second part of an interview with Georgetown Law professor John Hasnas. Prof. Hasnas sits down with Anthony Comegna to discuss what is Civil Society, the recent IHS discussion colloquium and associated readings regarding civil society. An enlightening conversation for sure.
John Hasnas' IHS History
Is rule of law a myth? Find out on this episode of Ideas in Progress as Anthony Comegna speaks with Prof. John Hasnas about his famous summer seminars lecture and how it came to be.
Did America's Sun Set a Long Time Ago?
Dirty elections, rumor-mongers, political power grabbers, pessimistic outlooks on the country’s future. No we are not talking about some reality show but we are speaking with professor and author Dennis Rasmussen about his book “Fears of a Setting Sun: The Disillusionment of America's Founders.”
Jeremy Shearmur's IHS History
We go abroad again this episode to speak with Jeremy Shearmur. Dr. Shearmur recounts his time at the London School of Economics studying under Karl Popper, meeting Hayek, his time with IHS helping graduate students, and the books he has written and edited.
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Anthony Comegna (his friends call him “Tony C”) is an extremely engaging historian and no list of history podcasts is complete without this one.
Onward and upward!
Anthony Comegna’s radio voice invites serious and exciting conversation on a variety of topics within the classical liberal tradition. The podcast is great even if you are not a classical liberal because it takes seriously the challenges and intersections of ideas outside of liberalism. Guests are academic experts who are particularly equipped to have great conversations.