2018 Marshall Center May Seminar

Abraham Lincoln and the Problem of Democratic Sovereignty


The University of Richmond’s Jepson School of Leadership Studies, a JMC partner program, will hold its Marshall Center May Seminar. This year, the seminar will address Abraham Lincoln and political sovereignty.

May 17-19, 2018

JMC faculty partner Michael Zuckert will serve as the discussion leader. Below is a list of all the participants including JMC faculty partner Robert Faulkner and JMC fellows Mara Caden, Kevin Cherry, Hugh Liebert, and Gary McDowell.




Mara Caden
John Marshall Visiting Research Fellow
Jepson School of Leadership Studies

Jud Campbell
Assistant Professor of Law
University of Richmond School of Law

Kevin Cherry
Associate Professor of Political Science
University of Richmond

Richard Dagger
E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Chair in the Liberal Arts
Chair, Department of Political Science
University of Richmond

Robert K. Faulkner
Research Professor of Political Science
Boston College

Zachary German
Assistant Professor, School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership
Arizona State University

Linda Bartlett Hobgood
Director, Speech Center
Faculty member, Rhetoric and Communications Studies

Hugh Liebert
Assistant Professor of American Politics, Policy, and Strategy
United States Military Academy at West Point

Gary McDowell
Tyler Haynes Interdisciplinary Chair in Leadership Studies, Political Science & Law
University of Richmond

Matt McGuire
Department of Social Studies
Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies

The Hon. Thomas R. Morris
Former Secretary of Education, Commonwealth of Virginia
Former President, Virginia Foundation of Independent Colleges

Dan Palazzolo
Professor of Political Science
Chair, Department of Political Science
University of Richmond

Max Smith
The University of Notre Dame

Mary Kelly Tate
Director, Institute for Actual Innocence
Clinical Professor of Law
University of Richmond School of Law

Kevin Walsh
Professor of Law

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