VIRTUAL READING GROUPS

 

SFL Virtual Reading Groups give participants the opportunity to explore a set of readings on the intellectual underpinnings of a free society with an instructor who has expertise in the field and a group of similarly interested and qualified individuals from around the world. By creating a space for active discussion with other intellectually engaged individuals, led by capable and informed discussion leaders, VRGs give participants a chance to achieve unusual depth and perspective on the classical liberal tradition that could not be achieved through solitary study. VRGs are open to all individuals interested in expanding their knowledge of the philosophical ideas of liberty. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to have meaningful discussions with other philosophically inclined participants, apply today!

 
 
 
 
 
 

ORGANIZE A VIRTUAL READING GROUP


Interested in hosting your own Virtual Reading Group on a topic of your choosing? Submit an application for support from SFL staff! Students that host a Virtual Reading Group will determine the topic, help identify a professor that will build a syllabus and lead the overall discussion, and will organize the virtual weekly meetings.


APPLY TO HOST A READING GROUP

 


APPLY TO JOIN A READING GROUP





PAST VIRTUAL READING GROUPS



July 19, 2013

Red Plenty, by Francis Spufford
Virtual Reading Group

RED PLENTY, by FRANCIS SPUFFORD a SFL Virtual Reading Group This reading group will dive into a literary adventure set in the late 1950s Soviet Union. Dr. Sarah Skwire will lead a […]
April 19, 2013

Discovery of Freedom, by Rose Wilder Lane
VRG

DISCOVERY OF FREEDOM, BY ROSE WILDER LANE a SFL Virtual Reading Group   Ever heard of Rose Wilder Lane?  Did you know that she was one of three “founding mothers” of American libertarianism? […]
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