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U.S. Constitution is focus of ALR’s January Zoom programs


New Mexico State University’s Academy for Learning in Retirement (ALR) January 2023 lecture series, presented live via Zoom, will analyze the development of the United States constitutional system from its British roots to the present and the role the U.S. Supreme Court has played in interpreting the Constitution.

The presenter is Jamie Bronstein, Ph.D., a professor in the NMSU Department of History.

Bronstein has a Ph.D. from Stanford University. She became an NMSU faculty member in 1996 and is the author of six books and numerous articles.

The presentations are

  • Tuesday, Jan. 17: Constitutional Forerunners
  • Thursday, Jan. 19: Writing the Constitution
  • Tuesday, Jan. 24: The Rise and Fall of Substantive Due Process
  • Thursday, Jan. 26: Conservatism and the Courts.

Each presentation begins at 10:30 a.m. Log in begins at 10 a.m.

The cost to register for all 20 of ALR’s spring 2023 programs, which continue through May, is $60. The charge is $20 for a one-month registration.

To register for the presentations, visit https://dacc.nmsu.edu/academics/programs/academy-learning-in-retirement/.   

ALR will email a Zoom link to registrants the evening before each presentation.