Thomas Fleming is president of the Fleming Foundation.
From 1984 to
He is the author of:
He is co-author
and editor of Immigration and the American Identity.
Dr. Fleming received a B.A. in Greek and French from the College of Charleston (South Carolina) and a Ph.D. in Classics from the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) in 1973.
His writings on politics and culture have appeared in many newspapers--The Independent on Sunday (London), The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, Chicago Sun-Times, Los Angeles Times, St. Louis Post Dispatch, and he wrote a regular column for the online edition of The London Daily Mail.
His essays and reviews have been published in such magazines and journals as The Spectator (London), National Review, Society, Texas Review, Chesterton Review, Political Science Quarterly, Telos and Criticon (Germany), and in published volumes:
His teaching experience includes posts at Chapel Hill, Miami University of Ohio, Shaw University, the College of Charleston, and the University of Colorado (Boulder).
His television appearances include PBS series "Making Sense of the Sixties," PBS documentary on America as universal nation, "Pozner & Donahue," NBC Today Show, interviews on Yugoslav national television and radio networks, BBC television and radio, in addition to radio talk shows and interviews throughout the U.S.
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