Published on: March 25th, 2019

Hillsdale College’s Kirby Center Hosts Lecture by Washington Free Beacon Editor Bill Gertz

National security expert to discuss China, U.S. tension
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On Tuesday, March 26, Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship will host a lecture from Washington Times national security columnist and senior editor of the Washington Free Beacon Bill Gertz as part of the AWC Family Foundation Lecture series. Gertz’s lecture, “China and U.S. National Security: Gathering Storm?” will explore the friction between America and China and the potential threats posed by the growing tensions between the two world powers.

The lecture is free and open to the media, but space is limited and attendees are encouraged to register by visiting the event’s ticketing site here.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
6 p.m. ET – Doors Open
6:30 p.m. ET – Lecture

Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship
227 Massachusetts Avenue NE
Washington, D.C. 20002

Bill Gertz is the senior editor for the Washington Free Beacon and national security
columnist for the Washington Times. He has authored several books on American
national security issues, including iWar: War and Peace in the Information Age and The
China Threat: How the People’s Republic Targets America
. Gertz has earned various
awards for his work, including the Reed Irvine Award for Investigative Journalism by
Accuracy in Media in 2014.

About Hillsdale in D.C.

Hillsdale in D.C. is an extension of the teaching mission of Hillsdale College to Washington, D.C. Its purpose is to teach the Constitution and the principles that give it meaning. Through the study of original source documents from American history—and of older books that formed the education of America’s founders—it seeks to inspire students, teachers, citizens, and policymakers to return the America’s principles to their central place in the political life of the nation.

About Hillsdale College

Hillsdale College is an independent liberal arts college located in southern Michigan. Founded in 1844, the College has built a national reputation through its classical liberal arts core curriculum and its principled refusal to accept federal or state taxpayer subsidies, even indirectly in the form of student grants or loans. It also conducts an outreach effort promoting civil and religious liberty, including a free monthly speech digest, Imprimis, with a circulation of more than 5.7 million. For more information, visit