The Political Theory Project encourages the study of political topics from a variety of ideological perspectives, we are particularly proud to have received support from individuals and groups who themselves hold diverse political perspectives. The PTP strictly adheres to a policy of philanthropic partnership that we call Programming First. According to programming first, the PTP, in partnership with Brown faculty, departments and senior administrators, always makes all programming decisions prior to making any requests for financial support from any individuals or foundations. In this way, our policy of Programming First strongly insulates all decisions about PTP programming from any particular interests of our donor partners.
The PTP would like to especially thank our three largest donors: Tom McWilliams ‘65, GP ‘16, GP’18, Thomas W. Smith Foundation and George Lindemann P’86, P’89, GP ‘15. Over 150 alums, parents, and foundations have made gifts to the PTP. Of these other supporters we would especially like to acknowledge Steve Price '84, P '18, P '20, Jania and Dean Ziff '81, P'14, 'P14, Charles Koch Foundation, Hope H Eiseman and Robert R. Grusky Fund and the Jack Miller Center.
We hope that you will take time to look at our website and see the diverse activities we host on the Brown campus. If you like our approach we hope you will join the many other supporters of the the Political Theory Project.