Regional Programs

Supporting our national network of professors and educators through targeted regional efforts

Overview

The Regions

The Jeffersonian Seminar Series brings together scholars from a variety of disciplines and fields for a two-day colloquium to discuss the ideas and institutions that shaped the American Founding.  The goal of JMC’s Jeffersonian Seminar Series is to develop academic communities in specific regions across the country.

– Selected Past Seminars –

  • "Lincoln's Constitutional Statesmanship" (New York, NY)
    In partnership with the Yale Center for the Study of Representative Institutions, Yale University
  • "The First Amendment, Freedom of Conscience, and Liberty of the Press" (Columbia, MO)
    In partnership with the Kinder Institute on Constitutional Democracy, University of Missouri
  • "The Founders and International Relations: Security and the Rule of Law in the 18th Century Atlantic World" (Washington, D.C.)
  • "Strategic Interactions: 18th Century Principles and 21st Century American Global Interests" (Chicago, IL)
  • "Liberty, Emancipation, and the Rule of Law" (Portland, OR)
  • "Commerce and Character" (Columbus, OH)