Lincoln Fellowships are awarded to ambitious, civic-minded professionals working in the area of national public policy and who seek the return of limited constitutional government.
During the week-long program, Lincoln Fellows meet with the Claremont Institute's Senior Fellows and other distinguished visiting scholars to study American politics and political thought. In intensive daily seminars and evening symposia, fellows discuss a wide selection of great American readings—from the Founding to the Civil War, the Progressive Era, the Great Society, and the enduring disputes of liberalism and conservatism in our time. Fellows also meet editors and writers of our flagship publication, The Claremont Review of Books.
The 2007 seminar will run August 4-12 in Newport Beach, California.
Learn more about the Lincoln Fellowship Program here.