April 9, 2021
How did King Philip's War shape the character of colonial Americans? Join us for this webinar event on Tuesday, April 13th at 2 pm ET.
March 17, 2021
What is the significance of 1776? And how should we teach the nation's founding? Join us for a discussion on March 25th at 2 pm ET with Conor Friedersdorf, Bob Woodson, Jason Ross, and Bruce...
March 8, 2021
A Book Too Risky to Publish provided an extensive critique of academic censorship and self-censorship of free speech and open inquiry. To remember the recent passing of Prof. James Flynn, NA...
February 11, 2021
Join the National Association of Scholars online or in-person on March 4th for the launch event of Priced Out: What College Costs America. The report details how universities and government polic...
January 21, 2021
Join the National Association of Scholars on February 3 at 2 pm ET for Fringe History, an event that will assemble notable scholars to comment on different aspects of Wood's 1620, the 1619 Project...
January 11, 2021
How do we reform America's costly, politicized, and dysfunctional system of higher education? Join the National Association of Scholars this Wednesday, January 13th at 3 pm ET to find out.
December 29, 2020
Join us for the launch event of Rebalancing the Narrative, on January 7th at 2 pm ET.
November 13, 2020
How do the College Board's new AP exams distort and politicize history? What can be done about it? Join us on Wednesday, November 18th, at 2 pm ET.
November 5, 2020
How can American higher education best pursue the American national interest? What does that challenge look like in the wake of 2020? Join us for a webinar on November 12th to find out.
October 26, 2020
Title IX is broken. Administrators focus on political activism while students are left to suffer the consequences of failed policies. Join NAS on October 29th at 2 PM ET to discuss.