Kelly Hanlon

Hadley Arkes on Justice Alito and Eight Dissenters
By Kelly Hanlon on March 09, 2011

The recent Supreme Court decision on Snyder vs. Phelps is notable for the broad approval it has enjoyed across ideological lines.  Republicans and Demoncrats, conservatives and liberals, with few exceptions, agree that the First Amendment was meant to protect the right of citizens to speak publicly and freely, no matter how odious, controversial, or hateful their speech.

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Much Ado About Nothing
By Kelly M. Hanlon on September 17, 2010

On September 14, 2010, President Obama delivered his annual back-to-school address.  But, did anyone hear what the President actually said? 


Princeton 2010, Day Two: "People are policy"
By Kelly M. Hanlon on June 15, 2010

Reflections from the first day of the 2010 Summer Institute.


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Kelly M. Hanlon
Kelly M. Hanlon

Kelly M. Hanlon served as the Executive Director of the American Studies Center at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute for nearly seven years.  She oversaw the execution of seven annual Summer Institutes hosted at Princeton University and worked closely with David Kidd in the development of a revolutionary new website created by and for college professors.

Hanlon graduated from the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville with a bachelor's degree in political science and psychology.  Currently, she is completing a graduate degree in economics at the University of Delaware.