Postdoctoral Fellowships

As part of our core mission to support the professional development of talented, early-career scholars, the Kinder Institute offers two postdoctoral fellowship positions, one each in American Political History and American Political Thought & Constitutionalism. The fellowships are for one year, with the possibility of renewal for a second, and require recipients to teach one undergraduate course per semester, maintain an active research agenda and a regular schedule of meetings with faculty mentors, and participate in the intellectual life of the Institute.

We are not currently accepting applications for Postdoctoral Fellows.

Among their many accomplishments, members of the Institute’s first three cohorts of postdoctoral fellows have developed courses for our Minor and Certificate; published innovative new scholarship on the Transatlantic origins of American democracy, music and American politics, and American nationalisms in the Age of Revolutions; and gone on to secure tenure-track employment at state and regional universities and private liberal arts colleges.

Meet our current Postdoctoral Fellows

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