Civitas Dei Summer Fellowship

Fifth Annual Summer Fellowship

June 12-17, 2022


The Civitas Dei Summer Fellowship, sponsored by the Institute for Human Ecology at The Catholic University of America and the Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House of Studies, offers competitive fellowships for graduate students (and a few advanced undergraduates) in the sciences, humanities, and law. Accepted fellows attend a fully-funded, week-long seminar in Washington, DC where, under the leadership of distinguished scholars, they engage core questions of culture and public life in light of Catholic thought.

Open to graduate students and advanced undergraduates in all disciplines.

Highlights from Civitas Dei 2020

Listen: 2020 Lectures

Natural Theology, Civil Theology, and the Limits of Politics in Plato
Prof. Bradley Lewis
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Christian Theology and the Limits of Politics in Augustine
Prof. Bradley Lewis
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Highlights from Civitas Dei 2019

Listen: 2019 Lectures

The Love of the Common Good
Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, O.P.
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The Lover of the Common Good
Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, O.P.
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The Commonness of the Common Good
Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, O.P.
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The Goodness of the Common Good
Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, O.P.
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Justice Scalia & Thomas Aquinas: Part 1
Dr. Adrian Vermeule
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Justice Scalia & Thomas Aquinas: Part 2
Dr. Adrian Vermeule
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Justice Scalia & Thomas Aquinas: Part 3
Dr. Adrian Vermeule
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True Justice, the Just Society, and Political Order
Dr. Chad Pecknold
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Two Cities, Two Standards, Two Loves
Dr. Chad Pecknold
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Rendering What is Due
Dr. Chad Pecknold
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The Suffering of Republics, Self-Sacrifice, and the Virtues of Two Cities
Dr. Chad Pecknold
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Highlights from Civitas Dei 2018

Listen: 2018 Lectures

A Panel Discussion from Civitas Dei Conference 2018
Various Presenters
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An Introduction to St. Thomas Aquinas on Law
Fr. Dominic Legge, OP
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Aquinas on Eternal Law, Natural Inclinations, and Natural Law (Pt. 1)
Fr. Dominic Legge, OP
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Aquinas on Eternal Law, Natural Inclinations, and Natural Law (Pt. 2)
Fr. Dominic Legge, OP
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Aquinas on Eternal Law, Natural Inclinations, and Natural Law (Pt. 3)
Fr. Dominic Legge, OP
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The Catholic Intellectual at the Present Moment in the Church and in the World
Robert Royal
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The Relationship of Positive Law and Natural Law (Pt. 1)
Dr. Adrian Vermeule
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The Relationship of Positive Law and Natural Law (Pt. 2)
Dr. Adrian Vermeule
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The Relationship of Positive Law and Natural Law (Pt. 3)
Dr. Adrian Vermeule
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An Introduction to Saint Augustine (Pt. 1)
Joseph Capizzi
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An Introduction to Saint Augustine (Pt. 2)
Joseph Capizzi
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An Introduction to Saint Augustine (Pt. 3)
Joseph Capizzi
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The Catholic University of America


620 Michigan Avenue NE
339 Caldwell Hall
Washington, DC 20064


202-319-5892
ihe@cua.edu

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