Meetings of the Gonzaga Socratic Club are
normally held once a month during the academic year, four
times each semester. Fall 2017 we commemorate and
reflect on the Protestant Reformation on its 500th anniversary
(according to the stories, Martin Luther posted the 95 Theses
on the door of Wittenberg church on October 31, 1517).
Information regarding the current schedule of
the Gonzaga Socratic Club's activities can be found here.
The Gonzaga Socratic Club takes its inspiration
from the famous Oxford Socratic Club, which was founded at
Oxford University in 1941 and presided over by C. S. Lewis
from its founding until his move to Cambridge University in
1954. The Club held a special celebration of C. S. Lewis
at the meeting on Friday, November 22, 2013, the 50th
anniversary of Lewis' death; video of that event is available
The 10th Anniversary of the Gonzaga Socratic Club featured a
look back to the history of the Oxford Socratic Club by
philosopher James Stockton; video of that event is here.
Video recordings of Gonzaga Socratic Club
meetings since Fall 2010 are available as links on the archived schedule of events;
audio of some meetings before Fall 2010 is also
available. You can also browse videos of Socratic Club
meetings on the gonzagasocraticclub
channel on YouTube where they are stored.
To sign up for Gonzaga Socratic Club listserv, with occasional informational emails regarding activities of the club, click here. For information about the Gonzaga Socratic Club or to propose topics or speakers for future meetings, contact the Club Director:David Calhoun