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Fellows

Mark Bauerlein, Ph.D.
English Department
Emory University
Senior Editor, First Things

Gregory Roper, Ph.D.
English Department
University of Dallas

Jeffrey S. Lehman, Ph.D.
Education Department
Hillsdale College

Daniel T. Willingham, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
Director of Graduate Studies
University of Virginia

Matthew Post, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean of Braniff Graduate School
Director of Classical Education Graduate Program
University of Dallas

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