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James Madison as "Father of the Constitution"?
May 16–18, 2019

Schedule

Discussion Leader

Lynn Uzzell
Lecturer
University of Richmond and University of Virginia

Participants

Mara Caden
NEH Long-Term Fellow
Massachusetts Historical Society

James W. Ceaser
Professor of Politics
University of Virginia

Henry L. Chambers Jr. 
Austin E. Owen Research Scholar and Professor of Law
University of Richmond School of Law

Kevin M. Cherry
Associate Professor of Political Science
University of Richmond

John Patrick Coby
Esther Booth Wiley 1934 Professor of Government
Smith College

Richard Dagger
E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Chair in the Liberal Arts
Chair, Department of Political Science
Professor of Political Science and Philosophy, Politics, Economics and Law (PPEL)
University of Richmond

John J. Dinan
Professor of Politics and International Studies
Wake Forest University

Daniel DiSalvo
Associate Professor and Chair, Political Science
Colin Powell School, City College of New York
Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute

Gary L. McDowell
Professor Emeritus
Jepson School of Leadership Studies
University of Richmond

The Hon. Thomas R. Morris
Former Secretary of Education, Commonwealth of Virginia
Former President, Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges
Former President, Emory and Henry College

John R. Pagan
Professor Emeritus
University of Richmond School of Law

Daniel Palazzolo
Professor of Political Science and Associate Dean
Department of Political Science
University of Richmond

Tracy Roof
Associate Professor of Political Science
University of Richmond

Kenneth P. Ruscio
Senior Distinguished Lecturer in Leadership Studies
University of Richmond
Former President, Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges
Former President, Washington & Lee University 

Daniel Schillinger
John Marshall Center Visiting Research Fellow
Jepson School of Leadership Studies
University of Richmond

About the Marshall Center

The John Marshall International Center for the Study of Statesmanship in the University of Richmond's Jepson School of Leadership Studies hosts conferences and speakers to discuss leadership and provide diverse intellectual perspectives.