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Update – Tuesday, 5:00 PM: The full menu of lecture recordings is now available. We’ll likely post some video of the evening speakers as well sometime this week. Enjoy!

It’s hard to believe, but AU 2008 has come to a close. From a staff perspective, it’s a strange feeling after a week of nonstop running (and in my case, sweating) to realize that, by golly, I don’t have any lectures to record tomorrow!

A hearty thanks goes out to all of this year’s participants from around the world, as does a fond farewell. A big part of what makes AU great is the quality of the people who come to Grand Rapids for a week in order to engage the big ideas that are presented in the lectures below. We hope to see many of you back in 2009.

And I’d be remiss if I failed to acknowledge the amazing work of Kara Eagle and her army of staff and interns, without whom the impossible task of planning, organizing, and actually putting on AU would remain impossible.

Tuesday, June 10

Wednesday, June 11

Thursday, June 12

Friday, June 13

Marc Vander Maas


  • Tracy M Jue

    Thank You for posting the audio presentations from the conference.

  • Jared

    The link to “Economics and Human Action” by Dr. Carlos Hoevel isn’t working.

  • Marc Vander Maas

    Thanks for the tip – I’ve taken down that link for the time being, and we’ll fix it asap…

  • David Stehlik

    Will Lord Griffiths speech be added?

  • Marc Vander Maas

    Barring any unforseen technical problems, I’m planning on adding that one on Monday.

  • David Stehlik

    Fantastic! Thank you for your excellent work.

  • I’m happy to see all these audio files here. My wife was telling me she wanted to hear some of this, and now she can.

  • jurisnaturalist

    Will you have Anthony Bradley’s lectures available, too?

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