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Required Reading: 25th Anniversary Rothbard Graduate Seminar

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Listed and linked below are the readings that all students must complete before attending RGS. All materials are available on Mises.org free of charge, and most readings are available in multiple formats (e.g., PDF, ePub, HTML, audio). Complimentary physical copies of the readings will be available to attendees upon arrival at RGS. Physical copies can be mailed in advance to U.S. addresses upon request by emailing [email protected].Required ReadingsHuman Action: Scholar's Edition Recommended ResourcesHuman Action Study GuideAudio:  Mises Weekend: Yes, You Should Read Human Action (Jeff Deist, Joseph Salerno, and Karl-Friedrich Israel)ScheduleThe conference begins with dinner and opening remarks, Sunday, June 9, at 6:00 p.m. Central Daylight Time,

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Listed and linked below are the readings that all students must complete before attending RGS. 

All materials are available on Mises.org free of charge, and most readings are available in multiple formats (e.g., PDF, ePub, HTML, audio). Complimentary physical copies of the readings will be available to attendees upon arrival at RGS. Physical copies can be mailed in advance to U.S. addresses upon request by emailing [email protected].

Required Readings
Human Action: Scholar's Edition
 

Recommended Resources

Human Action Study Guide

Audio:  Mises Weekend: Yes, You Should Read Human Action (Jeff Deist, Joseph Salerno, and Karl-Friedrich Israel)


Schedule
The conference begins with dinner and opening remarks, Sunday, June 9, at 6:00 p.m. Central Daylight Time, and ends with dinner Friday, June 14. A preliminary schedule will be provided here, and a final one will be emailed to each attendee.

Accommodations will be provided with arrival Sunday, June 9, and departure Saturday, June 15. Details forthcoming.


Travel Information

Scholarships include study materials, meals, accommodations with arrival Sunday, June 9 and departure Saturday, June 14 (accommodation location will be emailed to accepted students). Students are responsible for the cost of transportation to Auburn. Most people fly into Atlanta airport, 100 miles north of Auburn, and use Groom Transportation for shuttle service between Atlanta and Auburn. There are no shuttles to Auburn from airports other than Atlanta. Shuttle reservations can be made after you receive information on the accommodation location.  

Attire

Business casual such as slacks, khakis, and collared or polo shirts. 


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