Miller Center

Miller Center Publications

The Presidential Recordings

The Presidential Recordings make the secret White House recordings made between 1940–1973 accessible through transcripts and historical research.

Miller Center Papers

The Miller Center Papers is an edited collection of reminiscences and analyses of American public life made by leading figures in policy-making and politics spanning the half-century. This compilation is one of the finest documentary collections in the world on U.S. government and politics.

Faculty Publications

In addition to their work with the Miller Center, our scholars produce a wealth of important work based on their own personal research interests.

Miller Center Fellows Publications

The Miller Center Fellowship program is a competitive program for individuals completing their dissertations on American politics, foreign policy and world politics, or the impact of global affairs on the United States. The program provides up to eight $18,000 grants to support one year of research and writing.

Making Democracy Work:
A Brief History of Twentieth Century
Federal Executive Reorganization

An exhaustive review of major reorganizations over the past 100 years and a more selective review of the start-up process for new agencies.