Core of the Core

Alumni Discussion Group

This discussion group is intended for alumni who miss the analysis and stimulation of classes like Human Being and Citizen and the timeless works encountered there. It is a cross between a class and a book club, where members of the group read portions of great works and gather together to exchange insights and thoughts.

The group began meeting in March 2018, and covered works from The Iliad to Augustine’s Confessions in the first series.

Below you will find the list of upcoming works we will be covering in the second series.
 

Month/Year

Date

Readings

January 2018

22nd

Kant/Foucault*

February 2019

19th

“American Papers”†

March 2019

19th

James Baldwin’s No Name in the Street

*Essays titled “What is Enlightenment?” by each of the authors

†Federalist Paper 10, Dred Scott v. Sandford, Abraham Lincoln’s Speech on Dred Scott Decision and Second Inaugural Address, Frederick Douglass’s Speech on the Fourth of July, Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail
 

If you are interested in coming, please contact Bill Funk, AB’93, at wfunk@funklawsite.com for more details on the readings and for any other questions you have.
 

       

  Event Information

When:

Tuesday, 01/22/19 at 7:00pm - 8:30pm | iCal

Where:

Law Office of William M. Funk
275 Madison Avenue 14th Floor (Entrance on 40th bet Mad & Park)
New York, NY 10016

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Event Contact
William Funk AB'93
wfunk@funklawsite.com
212.973.1100