University Forum: Tumultuous Road to the Constitution

When

Sep. 18, 2017,
7pm to 9pm

Office/Remote Location

Auditorium
The Tumultuous Road to the Constitution poster

Description

The College of Liberal Arts' University Forum lecture series presents The Tumultuous Road to the Constitution a talk by George William Van Cleve, Research Professor in Law and History, Seattle University School of Law.

For this year's UNLV Constitution Day Public Lecture, Professor George William Van Cleve will discuss the tumultuous road to the Constitution. In 1783, as the Revolutionary War ended, America's victorious Articles of Confederation government had majority support. Yet by 1787, the Confederation had collapsed, and the Philadelphia Convention proposed the creation of a dramatically more powerful government under the Constitution.  Van Cleve will explain how and why that happened.

Admission Information

This event is free and open to the public.

Contact Information

College of Liberal Arts Dean's Office
702-895-3401

Event Sponsor

College of Liberal Arts and co-sponsored by Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, William S. Boyd School of Law, and the Departments of History and Political Science.

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