Independence Hall
The Creation, Transmission, and Renewal of Culture
September 20-21, 2002
Marriott Downtown at Key Center
Cleveland, Ohio

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Friday, September 20

4:00 - 6:00 Registration

5:30 - 6:00 Scholarship Orientation

6:00 - 7:00 Reception

7:00 - 9:00 Dinner

Edwin Meese, III, The Heritage Foundation, Chairman Speech text

Bruce Cole, Chairman, National Endowment for the Humanities Speech text

Saturday, September 21

8:30 - 10:00 The Market for Culture

Ingrid Merikoski, Chairman

Paul A. Cantor, U. of Virginia, Pop Culture and Globalization

Dwight R. Lee, University of Georgia, Markets & Multiculturalism Speech text

Nick Gillespie, Reason, All Culture, All The Time

10:15 - 11:45 Roundtable on America's Musical Culture

M. Stanton Evans, National Journalism Institute, Chairman

Ralph de Toledano, Journalist Speech text

Bruce Bartlett, National Center for Policy Analysis Conservative Pop Music?

David F. Forte, Cleveland State University

Carson Holloway, University of Nebraska Speech text

12:00 - 1:30 Steve Ealy, The Liberty Fund, Chairman

2:00 - 3:30 The Universities & The Transmission of Culture

T. Kenneth Cribb, Jr., Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Chairman

Todd Breyfogle, University of Denver

Tim Fuller, Colorado College

4:00-5:30 The Renewal of Culture

George B. Martin, The Liberty Fund, Chairman

Stephen J. Tonsor, University of Michigan Speech text

Roger Kimball, The New Criterion


Although not part of our official program, you should know
that there are two cultural events in Cleveland in which you might be
interested.

Saturday Evening: F.J. Haydn's The Creation,
Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, Severance Hall, Ticket Prices for the concert are
$33.50-$56. If there is interest in
acquiring tickets for this, please let me know as soon as possible. We
will try to arrange for tickets in advance.

Sunday Morning: There is a very elegant brunch for around $23 at the Cleveland Museum
of Art. The Museum will have two Special Exhibitions, "Raphael and His
Age" and "Pollaiuolo: Battle of the Nudes." For those who are fasting, admission to the Museum is free.