Title: Visiting Fellow in American Political Thought (Temporary)
Reports to: Director, B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles
Job Summary: The Visiting Fellow will conduct research in any of the areas of interest to the center including, but not limited to The Founding and Founding Principles; Constitutional Government and the Administrative State; Modern Conservatism and Liberalism; The American Regime (broadly understood), publish research papers for The Heritage Foundation and topical commentary in the public square. This one-year Fellowship is open to university faculty (on sabbatical, on leave, or retired) and to recent Ph.D.’s. Applicants. The Fellow should demonstrate an ability to relate the foundational principles of American political thought to contemporary issues and debates.
Education: Ph.D. in political science, or related field
Experience: Preference will be given to faculty members, although recent Ph.D.’s will be considered.
Communication: Excellent writer; Established track record of publications.