- Current Tocqueville Forum Post-Doctoral and Graduate Fellows
- Tocqueville Forum Undergraduate Fellows
The Tocqueville Forum sponsors undergraduate and graduate level courses at Georgetown University through its Post-Doctoral Fellowship. Sponsored for the next four years by the Jack Miller Center-Veritas Partnership Fund, the Fellowship allows the Forum to support research and teaching in relation to the principles of the American political order. This fellowship is sponsored by a partnership between The Jack Miller Center for Teaching America’s Founding Principles and History (JMC), and the Veritas Fund, a donor advised fund created by the Manhattan Institute’s Center for the American University (CAU). The purpose of the fellowship is to promote research and teaching in American history and political thought, and in the heritage of the Western tradition. These fellowships allow each recipient the opportunity to research, teach, and build their future careers in higher education. Please click here for information about our current Post-Doctoral Fellow.
The Tocqueville Forum is an important resource for graduate students whose interests and research comports with our mission. We award fellowships to a few graduate students each summer and academic year, enabling them to further their academic goals. The Forum seeks to support relevant research of Ph.D. candidates and young faculty, allowing them to develop the skills, relationships, and publication record to take their place in and further influence the wider academy. Our graduate fellows lead the undergraduate reading group and attend our public and private events. Further, as of Spring 2010, graduate fellows have a book discussion group on political theory texts. For information about our current and past Graduate Fellows, please click here.
The Forum has a Student Fellows program for Georgetown University undergraduates. We invite the Student Fellows to exclusive programs, aiming to foster the type of intimate, seminar-style discussions that are critical to intellectual growth. Our undergraduate programs include “Great Encounters”, the reading group, the undergraduate journal Utraque Unum, the Conference on the American Polity, and a student retreat. For more information about student programs and being a Student Fellow of the Tocqueville Forum, click here.
To find out how you can become a Fellow of the Tocqueville Forum, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.