About Governing America in a Global Era
The Miller Center's GAGE scholars engage in research and writing in political history that provides insight to contemporary public policy debate. The best work in political history can and should form the basis of a vital collaborative relationship between the worlds of ideas and practice. The GAGE program holds regular colloquia and panels for prominent scholars from across the country to share their work-in-progress and exchange ideas concerning contemporary debates in politics, history, and current affairs.
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The GAGE Faculty Associates
Brian Balogh, Chair of the National Fellowship Program and Compton Professor
Jeff Jenkins, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Politics Department at the University of Virginia
David Leblang, J. Wilson Newman Professor of Governance, and Chair of the Department of Politics at the University of Virginia
Melvyn Leffler, Edward Stettinius Professor of American History at the History Department of the University of Virginia
Jeffrey Legro, Vice Provost for Global Affairs and Randolph P. Compton Professor in the Department of Politics at the University of Virginia
Vesla Weaver, Assistant Professor in the Politics Department at the University of Virginia.