A workshop at the 2015 Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference will focus on the work of Thomas Pangle. The workshop, “Political Philosophy and the Works of Thomas L. Pangle,” will feature three panels, a roundtable, and a keynote address by Pangle. Panels to be held inlude “Ennobling Modernity,” “Ancients and Moderns,” and “Reason and Revelation.” The roundtable will feature Pangle, Catherine Zuckert, Michael Zuckert, Tim Burns, Ann Ward, and Lee Ward. Pangle’s recent books include Aristotle’s Teaching in the Politics and The Theological Basis of Liberal Modernity in Montesquieu’s Spirit of the Laws. The workshop will be held June 3-4 at the University of Ottawa.