DeGirolami’s Tragedy of Religious Freedom at the Harvard Club, in Conversation, and in Review

Tomorrow evening, September 25, Professor Marc DeGirolami will lead a conversation about his new bookThe Tragedy of Religious Freedom, and current issues at the intersection of Law and Religion from 8 – 9:30 p.m. at the Harvard Club of New York City.  The conversation will be facilitated by Professor Mark L. Movsesian, Director of the Center for Law and Religion, with an introduction by Dean Michael A. Simons, .

Richard Reinsch of the Law and Liberty blog (a project of The Liberty Fund) recently conducted this interview with Professor DeGirolami about his bookThere is also a review of the book in Law and Politics Book Review by political scientist Jesse Merriam.  Noting that DeGirolami’s analysis is written with “a clarity, elegance, and intellectual depth surpassing almost every work in this field”, Merriam concludes:

TRAGEDY OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM is an excellent starting point for a discussion of how to arbitrate the principled conflict underlying church-state adjudication, and in starting this discussion DeGirolami does an exquisite job of defending his approach. For these reasons, it is not only an important but also an immensely enjoyable book to read.

For more information about tomorrow’s event, please see here.  I hope to see you there!


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