Statesman, theorist, and philosopher: The work of Edmund Burke (1729-1797) is as pertinent today as it has ever been. Last year, celebrating our thirty-five season, The New Criterion honored Philippe de Montebello with the fifth annual Edmund Burke Award for Service to Culture and Society. This year we are delighted to honor Victor Davis Hanson with the six iteration of the award. Please join us on April 25, 2018 as we celebrate his work at a gala dinner at The Metropolitan Club in New York City.
The New Criterion’s Edmund Burke Award for Service to Culture & Society honors individuals who have made conspicuous contributions to the defense of civilization. Dr. Hanson’s tireless work in studying and upholding the traditions of Western culture make him an exceedingly worthy recipient of the sixth Edmund Burke Award.
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April 25, 2018 | 6:30 PM
The Metropolitan Club, New York
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Dr. Hanson is the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, where he focuses on classics and military history. Hanson was a National Endowment for the Humanities fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, California (1992–93), a visiting professor of classics at Stanford University (1991–92), the annual Wayne and Marcia Buske Distinguished Visiting Fellow in History at Hillsdale College (2004–), the Visiting Shifron Professor of Military History at the US Naval Academy (2002–3),and the William Simon Visiting Professor of Public Policy at Pepperdine University (2010). Hanson is the author of hundreds of articles, book reviews, and newspaper editorials on Greek, agrarian, and military history and essays on contemporary culture. He has written or edited twenty-three books, His most recent book, The Second World Wars, arrived in October 2017. He is a syndicated columnist for Tribune Media Services and a weekly columnist for National Review Online and American Greatness.