Hillsdale & Statesmanship

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The study of statesmanship is central to the teaching mission of Hillsdale College, and the classics teach that the art can be best understood by studying those who have a reputation for it.

 

Why Churchill?

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Churchill’s career presents an unsurpassed opportunity for the study of statesmanship, for he faced the great crises of the twentieth century and left behind one of the richest records of human undertaking.

 

Churchill & Hillsdale

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Hillsdale College will promote a proper account of this record by combining the College’s educational expertise with its work both as publisher of Churchill’s Official Biography and as the repository of the Martin Gilbert papers.

 

Support the Churchill Project

for the Study of Statesmanship

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Your generous support will build an endowment to fund national conferences, student scholarships, a faculty chair, and the completion and publication of The Official Biography of Winston Churchill.

Recent Articles

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Cannadine
17
Jun
2019
“Churchill: The Statesman as Artist,” by David Cannadine

“Churchill was not a great artist, but he was a very accomplished painter,” states Cannadine in this study of Churchill’s art through his and others’ writings.

Posted in: 2018, Books,
09
Jun
2019
Person of the 20th Century: Charles Krauthammer’s Appraisal

“Only Churchill carries that absolutely required criterion: indispensability,” wrote Dr. Krauthammer. “Without Churchill the world today would be unrecognizable.”

Posted in: Churchill for Today, Explore,
06
Jun
2019
“Winston Churchill on Politics as Friendship,” by John von Heyking

Von Heyking offers an interesting scholarly work that places Churchill’s many political friendships within a philosophical grounding.

Posted in: 2018, Books,