College. During this time, he was also the Fellow of Civic and Constitutional Affairs at the Center for Political and Economic Thought at the College. In this capacity, he served as editor of the academic journal Citizens and Statesmen, director of the annual Civitas Forum, and director of the Aurelius Scholars. Dr. Harrigan is a fellow of the Lehrman Center and the Jack Miller Center, and serves as Teaching Faculty for the Institute for Humane Studies. Dr. Harrigan was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate with degrees in History and Political Science. He also received a master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Connecticut. He earned his Ph.D. at the Claremont Graduate School in Claremont, specializing in American Government, Constitutional Law, and Political Philosophy.
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