• “Our Campaigns”: Alfred Barr at moma

    A retrospective of the career of the late, great MOMA director Alfred H. Barr, Jr.

  • Allan Bloom & “The Closing of the American Mind” at 20

    A series of essays marking the twentieth anniversary of Allan Bloom’s The Closing of the American Mind, featuring James Piereson, Roger Kimball, Mark Steyn, and Heather Mac Donald.

  • Corrupt humanitarianism

    Selections from a conference organized jointly by The New Criterion and The Social Affairs Unit. Participants included Claudia Rosett, Roger Kimball, and Paul Hollander.

  • Free speech in an age of jihad

    “Free Speech in an Age of Jihad,” was a public symposium organized jointly by The New Criterionand The Foundation for Defense of Democracies, which took place at the Princeton Club in New York City on April 10, 2008. Participants included Judge Robert Bork, Frank Gaffney, and Roger Kimball. Mark Steyn  delivered the keynote address.

  • The Arts in America: 1945–1985

    A survey of fine arts in the American post-war era, with contributions by Hilton Kramer, Samuel Lipman, Bruce Bawer, and Robert Richman.

  • The Climate Surprise

    The New Criterion is pleased to offer readers this special pamphlet, free to subscribers, of a selection of essays on “The Climate Surprise.” Earlier versions of these essays were presented at a conference on March 29, 2016 in New York. The conference was organized by The New Criterion along with the CO2 Coalition, whose mission is to “educate thought leaders, policy makers, and the public about the important contribution made by carbon dioxide and fossil fuels to our lives and the economy.”

  • The Museum of Modern Art in the postmodern era

    A special issue featuring an essay by Hilton Kramer on the reopening of the Museum of Modern Art.

  • The New Criterion on Art

    A special reprint of  The New Criterion’s  December 2002 section on art featuring selections by Alex Katz, E. V. Thaw, Michael J. Lewis, James Panero, and Roger Kimball, among others.