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Jeffry Morrison is Professor of Government, and Director of Academics at the federal government's James Madison Foundation in Alexandria, Virginia. Dr. Morrison has also taught at Georgetown University, the U.S. Air Force Academy, and at Princeton University. He graduated with distinction from Boston College and from Georgetown, where he received his Ph.D. He is author or co-editor of four books on American constitutionalism, including The Political Philosophy of George Washington (Johns Hopkins, 2009), and chapters, articles, and reviews in publications such as American Political Thought, Journal of American History, Journal of Church and State, National Review, and Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. He has lectured at colleges and historic sites throughout the United States and in England (Hertford College, Oxford), and made media appearances on radio, in journalism, and on television (C-Span and the BBC). He lives in Williamsburg, Virginia, where his home sits on a Revolutionary War battlefield.
Fields of Expertise:
- Political Philosophy and the American Founding