Warren E. Miller Fellowship in Electoral Politics

Miller Fellowship


The Warren Miller Fellowship honors the outstanding contributions of Warren E. Miller to the study of electoral politics and other areas of political science inquiry. The fellowship will support research residencies in national and comparative electoral politics.

The Miller fellowships will support scholars for a period one to six months at the Centennial Center.

A separate application file is not necessary.  Interest in this assistance may be noted on the Centennial Center Visiting Scholar Application.




Previous Recipients

Jennifer Burns, University of Virginia
"Intellectural Architecture of the Conservative Coalition"

Dr. Daniel R. DiSalvo, Amherst College
"The Liberal-Labor Faction and the Demoratic Party 1948-1968"

Mary Breeding, American University
"Vote-Buying:Is it a Threat to Dyadic Policy Representation?"

Robert Saldin, Johns Hopkins University
"War and American Political Development"

Kenneth D. Wald, University of Florida
"Contemporary Jewish Political Behavior"


Kathryn Pearson, University of California, Berkeley
"Party Discipline in the Contemporary Congress: Rewarding Loyalty in Theory and in Practice."




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