Victor Davis Hanson is a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and the author of The Second World Wars (Basic Books). He is The New Criterion’s Visiting Critic for the 2021–22 season and the 2018 recipient of the Edmund Burke award.
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Features October 2021
When there were giants: three great classicists
On Donald Kagan, John Patrick Lynch, and Leslie Threatte.
Features September 2021
On the state of the classics in higher education.
Books January 2021
The Spartan way of war
A review of Sparta's Second Attic War by Paul A. Rahe.
January 24, 2021
Sovereignty or submission: a symposium
featuring , , , , , , &
The New Criterion hosted “Sovereignty or Submission,” a conference in Washington, D.C., in fall 2019.
Roger Kimball introduces “Sovereignty or Sumbission”
Tucker Carlson’s Keynote Address at “Sovereignty or Submission”
James Piereson on the American Nation
John Fonte on Sovereignty and its Enemies
Michael Anton on the “Liberal International Order”
Angelo M. Codevilla on Collective and Individual Liberty
John O’Sullivan on the National Consensus
Victor Davis Hanson on Citizenship
January 15, 2020
Victor Davis Hanson on the meaning of citizenship.
Victor Davis Hanson, who is the 2019–20 Visiting Critic for The New Criterion, discusses the notion of citizenship as understood in the twenty-first century. Audio taken from The New Criterion’s “Sovereignty or Submission” conference in Washington, D.C.
An adapted form of this address appeared in the January 2020 issue of The New Criterion as “Pre- and post-citizens.”