Archived Calendars

Fall 2021
  • September 21 - David Dyzenhaus, University of Toronto, ”The Politics of Legal Space”. Discussant - Loren Reinoso .
  • September 28 - Chiara Cordelli and Jonathan Levy, University of Chicago, ”The Ethics of Global Capital Mobility”. Discussant - Armando Perez-Gea.
  • November 2 - Tae-Yeoun Keum, University of California, Santa Barbara, ”Hans Blumenberg and Jürgen Habermas on Political Myths”. Discussant - Darren Nah.
  • November 9 - Michael Walzer, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, “Social Movements and Social Theory”. Discussant - Owen Phillips
  • November 16 - Lisa Ellis, University of Otago, “The Collective Implications of Discrete Decisions in Environmental Policy”. Discussant - Nate Hiatt.
  • November 30 - Arthur Ghins, Yale University, “The Meta-history of Liberalism.” Discussant - Shilpa Rudraiah.
  • December 7 - Sarah Song, University of California, Berkeley, “Immigrant Legalization: A Dilemma between Justice and the Rule of Law” co-authored with Irene Bloemraad. Discussant - Amanda Weiss.
Spring 2021
  • February 2 - Gloria Origgi, EHESS, “Ground Zero: The Triangle of Humiliation”
  • February 16 - Sophie Marcotte-Chenard, Carleton University, “Beyond the Warring Gods: The Political Weber Reconsidered”
  • March 2 - Kevin Duong, University of Virginia, “Freud in the Tropics”
  • March 16 - Dan Schillinger, Yale University, “Euripides’ Critique of Luck and Courage in Trojan Women“ 
  • March 30 - Heather Wilford, Yale University, “Tocqueville on America, Democracy, and a New Form of Empire”
  • April 6 - Angélica Bernal, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, “Pachamama’s Rights, Climate Crisis, & the Decolonial Cosmos”
  • April 20 - Clifton Granby, Yale University, “Racial Injustice and the Politics of Epistemic Deference”
  • May 4 - Robert Nichols, University of Minnesota, “Theft is Property!: Dispossession and Critical Theory”

Fall 2020

  • September 15 - Olufemi Taiwo, Georgetown University, “What’s Missing from Reparations Arguments?”
  • September 22 - Lea Ypi, London School of Economics, “On dominated dominators”
  • October 6 - Tongdong Bai, Fudan University, “Of the People, for the People, but not by the People–Confucian Meritocracy as a Criticism of Democracy”
  • October 20 - Juliet Hooker, Brown University, “Between Fact and Affect: Ida B. Wells and Harriet Jacobs on Loss”
  • November 3 - Anita Chari, University of Oregon, “Making the Present Intense: Art, Critique and the Dialectics of Survival”
  • November 17 - Sandipto Dasgupta, The New School, “The Predicament of Popular Sovereignty: Revolution and Consituent Power in the Postcolony”

Summer 2020 

  • June 16 - Teresa Bejan, University of Oxford, “Rawls’ Teaching and the ‘Tradition’ of Political Philosophy”
  • July 7 - Amia Srinivasan, University of Oxford, “Sex as a Pedagogical Failure”
Spring 2020
  • January 14 - Sonali Chakravarti, Wesleyan University, ”Wanted: Angela Davis and a Jury of Her Peers”
  • January 28 - Michelle Schwarze, University of Wisconsin, “Adam Smith on Education as a Means to Political Judgment”
  • February 4 - Melissa Schwartzberg, New York University (NYU) ”Sheep May Safely Graze: On the Instrumental Justification of Democracy”
  • February 18 - Andrew Douglas, Morehouse College ”M.L. King’s Two Conceptions of the Political”
  • February 25 - Devin Stauffer, University of Texas at Austin, “Hobbes’s Political Philosophy I: Man and Morality” from Hobbes’s Kingdom of Light: A Study of the Foundations of Modern Political Philosophy
  • March 3 - Manon Garcia, Harvard University, “Submission”
  • April 7 - Darren Nah, Yale University, ”What is Hegelian Idealism?”
  • April 14 - Isabelle Laurenzi, Yale University, Reproducing Gender Oppression: Submission and Desire in Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex”& David Froomkin, Yale University, ”Democratic Accountability and the Legal Process” 

Fall 2019

  • September 17 - Matthew Landauer, University of Chicago, ”Achieving Agreement in Plato’s Republic” 
  • September 24 - James Lindley Wilson, University of Chicago, ”An Autonomy-Based Argument for Democracy”
  • October 1 - Carlo Accetti, City University of New York (CUNY), “Remedies” from his new book, Techno-populism. The New Logic of Democratic Politics.
  • October 15 - Ian Shapiro, Yale University, “The Idea of a Political Party”
  • October 22 - *Tanner Lectures, Wendy Brown, University of California-Berkeley, “Politics and Knowledge in Nihlistic Times” will take the place of Political Theory Workshop this week
  • November 5 - Nancy Rosenblum, Harvard University, and James Russell Muirhead, Dartmouth College, “Conspiracy without the theory and the delegitimization of parties,” based on their recent book A Lot of People Are Saying: The New Conspiracism and the Assault on Democracy
  • November 19 - PJ Brandese, John Hopkins University, ”Environmental Racism: Disposable People & Temporal Hygiene” 
  • December 4 - Shatema Threadcraft, Dartmouth College, “Redistribiting Narrative Capital: Lynching, Rape and Stories of Black Peoplehood”  

Spring 2019

  • January 30 - Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins, Yale University “The Origins of the End of Ideology Debate: An Alternative History”
  • February 6 - Karuna Mantena, Yale University, ”Competing Theories of Nonviolent Politics”
  • February 27 - Shalini Satkunanandan, UC Davis, ”Beyond Belief: Passing by Others in Nietzsche’s Zarathustra”
  • March 6 - Daniel Lee, UC Berkeley, “Common Enemy of Mankind: Tyranny and Tyrannicide in the Legal Science of Jean Bodin”
  • April 3 - Jennifer Pitts, University of Chicago, “Historicism in Victorian International Law”
  • April 17 - Ronald Beiner, University of Toronto, “Nietzsche, Politics, and Truth in an Age of Post-Truth”
  • April 24, Barbara Carnevali, EHESS Paris, “Appearances: on the aesthetic foundations of political anthropology”
  • May 1 - Brandon Terry, Harvard University, “Irony and the Politics of Pessimism in African American History and Philosophy”

Spring 2018

  • January 17 - Stephen Skowronek, Yale University, “The Policy State: An American Predicament”
  • January 24 - Yves Sintomer, University of Paris 8, “From Deliberative to Radical Democracy? Political Lotteries in the 20th Century”
  • January 31 - Noah Dauber, Colgate University, “Commonwealth and the Penal State: Hobbes’s Theory of the State”
  • February 7 - Katrina Forrester, Harvard University, “John Rawls and the Politics of Philosophy”
  • February 14 - David Froomkin and Ian Shapiro, “The New Authoritarianism in Public Choice”
  • February 21 - Genevieve Rousseliere, Duke University, “Rousseau on the Possibility of a Large Modern Republic”
  • February 28 - Yves Winter, McGill University, “Gendered Founding Myths: Machiavelli, Lucretia, and the Origins of the Roman Republic”
  • March 28 - Josiah Ober, Stanford University, “Demopolis: Democracy before Liberalism in Theory and Practice”
  • April 4 - Robyn Marasco, Hunter College, “There’s a Fascist in the Family: Critical Theory and Anti-Authoritarianism”
  • April 11 - John Dunn, University of Cambridge, “The Strengths and Vulnerabilities of Democracy as a Form of Government”
  • April 18 - Cecile Laborde, University of Oxford, “On Liberalism’s Religion”
  • April 25 - Pratap Bhanu Mehta, Ashoka University

Fall 2017

  • September 6 - Steven Smith, Yale University, “Political Theory and the Dark Arts”
  • September 13 - Samuel Moyn, Yale Law School, “Judith Shklar’s Critique of Cold War Liberalism”
  • September 20 - Ayten Gundogdu, Barnard College, “The Nonhuman Condition: Arendt and the Phenomenology of Living Things”
  • September 27 - ”Comparative Republicanisms” Colloquium, with Banu Turnaoglu and Diego von Vacano
  • October 25 - Richard Bellamy, UCL, “A Justification and Defense of Inter-national over Supra-, Post-, and Trans-national Citizenship: The Example of EU Citizenship”
  • November 1 - Jade Schiff, Oberlin College, “The Politics of Vulnerability”
  • November 8 - Jean Cohen, Columbia University, “Civil Society, Populism, and Religion”
  • November 15 - Roxanne Euben, Wellesley College, “Spectacles of Sovereignty in Digital Time: ISIS Executions, Visual Rhetoric, and Sovereign Power”
  • November 29 - Melvin Rogers, Brown University, “Being a Slave of the Community: Democratic-Republicanism and Racialized Domination”

Spring 2017

  • January 18 - Andy Sabl, Yale University, “Actually Existing Liberalism”
  • January 25 - Tobin Craig, James Madison College, “Protecting Democracy from Science, and Science from Democracy: A Political Defense of the Science/Policy Boundary”
  • February 1 - Lida Maxwell, Trinity College, “Truth Against War: Virginia Woolf, Alan Turing, and the Gendered Politics of Truth-Telling”
  • February 8 - Michelle Clarke, Dartmouth College, “Machiavelli’s Virtuous Princes”
  • February 15 - David Luban, Georgetown University, “Arendt Before Jerusalem: The Case of the Missing Morality”
  • February 22 - Giulia Oskian, Yale University, “A Self Moderating Democracy? Political Psychology and Constitutional Theory in Tocqueville’s Democracy in America”
  • March 1 - Eva Piirimae, University of Tartu, “Patriotism, Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism in Herder’s Thought”
  • March 8 - Alberto Ghibellini, MIT, “Natural Right and Historical Consciousness in Leo Strauss and Gerhard Krüger’s Correspondence”
  • March 29 - Andrew Poe, Amherst College, “Sources of Possession”
  • April 5 - David Williams, DePaul University, “Forestalling ‘the ever-widening inequality of fortunes’: Jean- Jacques Rousseau on Economic Inequality and the General Will”
  • April 12 - Susan McWilliams, Pomona College, “The Foundations of the Founding”
  • April 19 - Arlene Saxonhouse, University of Michigan, “What Constitutes a Nation? Hamilton and Jefferson on the Recognition of Citizen Genêt”
  • April 26 - Turkuler Isiksel, Columbia University, “Wealth and the Commonwealth: The Governance Paradigm in Eighteenth Century Political Thought”

Fall 2016

  • September 14, 2016  
    Mary Keys, Notre Dame University, “The Power and Peril of Names: Rhetoric, Politics, and Philosophy in Augustine’s City of God”
  • September 28, 2016  
    Laurence Cooper, Carleton College“Dreaming of Justice, Waking to Wisdom: Rousseau’s Final Insight
  • October 26, 2016
    John Roemer, Yale University, “Socialism Revised”
  • November 2, 2016
    Ioannis Evrigenis, Tufts University, “Context and Canon: The Case of Hobbes”
  • November 3, 2016
    Helene Landemore, Yale University, “Deliberation, Representation, and the Principles of Post-Representative Democracy”
  • November 9, 2016
    Adam Sandel, Harvard University, “Violence: Beyond Body Counts”
  • November 16, 2016
    Jacob Levy, McGill University, “Bees and Brobdingnagians: Satire and Liberal Social Theory”
  • November 30, 2016
    Seyla Benhabib, Yale University, “Legalism: A Reconstruction and Critique of Judith Shklar’s Concept”
  • December 7, 2016
    Sheila Jasanoff, Harvard University, “Subjects of Reason: Goods, Markets and Imaginaries of the Global Future

Spring 2016

  • January 27, 2016
    Karuna Mantena, Yale University: “Means, Ends, and the Dilemmas of Action”
  • February 3, 2016
    Meirav Jones, New York University/Yale University: “Jewish Sovereignty: A Westphalian Problem?”
  • February 10, 2016
    Samuel DeCanio, Yale University: “Democracy, the Market, and the Logic of Social Choice”
  • February 17, 2016
    Joshua Cohen, Apple University/UC Berkeley: “Reflections on Labor Standards”
  • March 2, 2016
    Michael Gillespie, Duke University: TBA
  • March 9, 2016
    Melissa Schwartzberg, New York University: “Civil Juries and Democratic Legitimacy”
  • March 30 - April 1, 2016
    Whitney Humanities Center - Tanner Lectures on Human Values - Judith Butler: “Interpreting Non-Violence”
    • Wed, 5 PM: “Why Preserve the Life of the Other?”
    • Thurs, 5 PM: “Legal Violence: An Ethical and Political Critique”
    • Fri, 10:30 AM: Roundtable Discussion
  • April 6, 2016
    Aaron Garrett, Boston University: “What is Political Knowledge? Hobbes, Spinoza, and Others”
  • April 13, 2016
    Victoria Kahn, UC Berkeley:  “Political Theology, the Jewish Question, and the Work of Metaphor”
  • April 20, 2016
    Jill Frank, Cornell University: “A Life Without Poetry: Rereading Republic 2-5.”
  • April 27, 2016
    Bolek Kabala, Yale University: “Hobbes, The New Secular Clerisy, and Spinoza’s Concern”

Fall 2015

  • September 9, 2015
    Steven Smith, Yale University: “Lincoln and the Problem of ‘Towering Genius’”
  • September 10, 2015
    Special Event: Empire and Revolution: The Political Life of Edmund Burke (Whitney Humanities Center). 
    Please visit for detailed information
  • September 11-12, 2015
    Special Event: Revolution, Dissent, and Democracy: The Political Thought of Richard Price (Whitney Humanities Center). 
    Please visit for detailed information
  • September 16, 2015
    Melvin L. Rogers, UCLA:  “The Demandingness of Freedom: Walker and Racial Domination”
  • September 23, 2015 
    George Thomas, Claremont McKenna College:  “Religious Liberty, Same-Sex Marriage, and Public Space”
  • September 30, 2015 
    Graduate Student Presentations
  • October 1-3, 2015
    Special Event: 23rd Annual Critical Theory Roundtable (Whitney Humanities Center & Sterling Memorial Library). 
    Please visit for detailed information
  • October 1, 2015
    Special Event: European Studies Council workshop with Alessandro Ferrara: “Constitutional Narratives and the Future of Europe” (1:30 PM, Luce Hall 203).
  • October 7, 2015 
    Aziz Rana, Cornell University:  “The Lincolnian Constitution and Its Discontents”
  • October 14, 2015 
    Graduate Student Presentations
  • October 28, 2015 
    Ran Halévi, EHESS:  “Tocqueville: the Frontier between Aristocracy and Democracy”
  • November 4, 2015 
    Duncan Kelly, University of Cambridge:  “TBA”
  • November 11, 2015 
    Elizabeth F. Cohen, Syracuse University:  “The Political Economy of Time”
  • November 18, 2015
    Ian Shapiro, Yale University: “Against Impartiality”
  • December 2, 2015 
    Carlos Fraenkel, McGill University: “Between War and Peace: Diversity and a Culture of Debate”
  • December 9, 2015 
    Nancy Hirschmann, University of Pennsylvania:  “Disability, Freedom, and the Will”

Spring 2015

  • January 14, 2015
    Robert George (Princeton University): “Religious Liberty and the Human Good”
  • January 21, 2015
    Robert Post (Yale University): “Representative Democracy and the Constitution”
  • January 28, 2015
    Barnor Hesse (Northwestern University): “Racism’s Political Alterity”
  • February 4, 2015
    Susan Stokes & Hari Ramesh (Yale University): “Elections, Street Protests, and Democratic Accountability”
  • February 11, 2015
    Roundtable Discussion: “Qui est Charlie?: Religion, Speech, and Integration in Contemporary Europe”
  • February 18 - 20, 2015
    Whitney Humanities Center Tanner Lectures on Human Values - Dipesh Chakrabarty: “The Human Condition in the Anthropocene”
    • Wed, 5pm: “Climate Change as Epochal Consciousness”  
    • Thurs, 5pm: “Decentering the Human? Gaia”
    • Fri, 10:30am: Roundtable discussion
  • February 25, 2015
    Dieter Grimm (Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin): “The Democratic Costs of Constitutionalization: the European Case”
  • March 4, 2015
    Lawrie Balfour (University of Virginia): “Ida B. Well and ‘Color Line Justice’: Rethinking Reparations in Feminist Terms”
  • March 25, 2015
    Isaac Nakhimovsky (Yale University): “Perpetual Peace and Political Theory in the Enlightenment”
  • April 1, 2015
    Anna Jurkevics (Yale University): “The Importance of Place”
  • April 8, 2015
    Desmond Jagmohan (Princeton University): “Cultivating Civic Capacity Under Domination: Rethinking Booker T. Washington and Uplift Politics in the Era of Jim Crow”
  • April 15, 2015
    Tamsin Shaw (New York University): “Can we assess the political consequences of secularization?”
  • April 22, 2015
    Cristina Beltran (New York University): “Latino Conservatives: Thoughts on Race, Democracy, and the Right”
  • April 23, 2015
    Farhad Khosrokhavar (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales ): “The Two Types of Jihadists: Europe’s Disaffected Youth versus the Middle Class Young Jihadists”
  • April 28, 2015
    * TUESDAY 4-6pm, LUCE HALL RM 203*
    Andreas Hess (University College Dublin) & Samantha Ashenden (Birkbeck College, London): “Totalitarianism and Justice: Hannah Arendt and Judith N. Shklar’s Political Reflections in Historical and Theoretical Perspective”
  • April 29, 2015
    Umur Basdas (Yale University): “Adorno’s Project of Natural-History”

Fall 2014

  • September 10, 2014
    Susan Buck-Morss (CUNY Graduate Center): “Cosmopolitan Diaspora and the Present State of Theory”
  • September 17, 2014
    Graduate Student Presentations
  • September 24, 2014
    Diego von Vacano (Texas A&M University): “The Princely Republican: Bolivar’s Machiavellian Approach to Race”
  • October 1, 2014 (4.30pm) (note the slightly later start time)
    Joseph Fischel (Yale University): “Other Sex Scandals: Frat Boys, Queer Teens, and the Trouble with Sexual Autonomy”
  • October 8, 2014
    Nancy Fraser (The New School): “Can society be commodities all the way down? Post-Polanyian reflections on capitalist crisis”
  • October 15, 2014
    Graduate Student Presentations
  • October 29, 2014
    Banu Bargu (The New School): “Sovereignty as Erasure: Rethinking Enforced Disappearances”
  • November 5, 2014
    Linda Zerilli (University of Chicago): “The Turn to Affect and the Problem of Judgment”
  • November 12, 2014
    Andrew March (Yale University): “The Problem of Sovereignty in Modern Islamic Thought”
  • November 19, 2014
    Max Pensky (Binghamton University): “Amnesty and Sovereignty”
  • December 3, 2014
    Jack Knight (Duke University): “Legal Realism and Institutional Design”
  • December 5, 2014
    (FRI) Conference: Justification Beyond the State, Location: President’s Room, Woolsey Hall

Spring 2014

  • January 15, 2014
    Paul Franks (Yale University): “Who is King in Jeshurun? Autonomy, Civil Rights, and Non-State Law in the German-Jewish Experience”
  • January 22, 2014
    Steven Skultety (University of Mississippi): “Aristotle and Democracy”
  • January 29, 2014
    Quentin Skinner (Queen Mary, University of London): “Thomas Hobbes and the social control of unsociability”
  • February 5, 2014
    Jeanne Morefield (Whitman College): “Rhetorics of Imperial Deflection: Jan Smuts and International Hierarchy”
  • February 12, 2014
    Gregory Mankiw (Harvard University): “Defending the One Percent”
  • February 26, 2014
    Seyla Benhabib (Yale University): “Democratic Sovereignty and Transnational Law: On Legal Utopianism and Democratic Skepticism”
  • March 5, 2014
    John Tomasi (Brown University): “Free Market Fairness”
  • March 26, 2014
    Isabelle Ferreras (Belgian National Science Foundation (F.N.R.S., Brussels), University of Louvain): “Toward a Political Theory of the Firm: From Political Bicameralism to Economic Bicameralism”
  • April 9, 2014
    Ryan Balot (University of Toronto): “Is Machiavelli Entitled to Give Advice?”

Fall 2013

  • September 11, 2013
    Alison McQueen (Stanford University): “Political Realism and Moral Corruption”
  • September 20, 2013 (Friday)
    Jon Elster (Columbia University): “Excessive Ambitions of Normative Political Theory”
  • September 25, 2013
    Graduate Student Presentations
  • October 2, 2013
    Graduate Student Presentations
  • October 9, 2013
    Aurelian Craiutu (Indiana University): “The Elusive Center: Moderation in the Writings of the Coppet Group (Madame de Staël, Jacques Necker, and Benjamin Constant)”
  • October 16, 2013
    Cristina Lafont (Northwestern University): “Global Governance and Human Rights”
  • October 30, 2013
    David Ciepley (University of Denver): “Beyond Public and Private: Toward a Political Theory of the Corporation”
  • November 6, 2013
    Joshua Cherniss (Harvard University): “The Courage of our Doubts and Uncertainties: Isaiah Berlin on the Ethics of Moderation and the Ethos of Liberalism”
  • November 13, 2013
    Discussion Session
  • November 18, 2013 (Monday)
    Special Event: ‘Eichmann in Jerusalem - 50 years later’; Film Screening of Hannah Arendt (2pm, Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center) followed by symposium with panelists Jeffrey Alexander, Anthony Kronman, Brigitte Peucker, Steven Smith, Adam Tooze, and Jay Winter, with Seyla Benhabib, moderator (4pm, Room 208, WHC)
  • November 20, 2013
    Special Event: ‘Revisiting Nationalist Thought and the Colonial World: A Conversation with Partha Chatterjee’, co-sponsored by the International Conference for the Study of Political Thought, Luce Auditorium, 4:15pm
  • December 4, 2013
    David Grewal (Yale University): “The Commercial Oeconomy”
  • December 12, 2013 (Thursday)
    Rainer Forst (Goethe University, Frankfurt): “Transnational Justice and Democracy”

Spring 2013

  • January 23, 2013
    Reva Siegel (Yale Law School): The Law (and Politics) of Disparate Impact
  • January 30, 2013
    Andrew Sabl (UCLA): Hume’s Politics: Coordination and Crisis in the History of England
  • February 6, 2013
    Ian Shapiro (Yale University): Non-domination, impartiality, and the bedrock of justice
  • February 13, 2013
    Catherine Zuckert (University of Notre Dame): Machiavelli’s New Republic
  • February 20, 2013
    Tamara Metz (Reed College): The Liberal Case for Disestablishing Marriage
  • February 27, 2013
    Patchen Markell (University of Chicago): The Surprising Platonism of Hannah Arendt
  • March 1-2, 2013
    CSPT Annual Conference: Political Thought and Historical Imagination (Luce Auditorium)
  • March 6, 2013
    Kinch Hoekstra (UC Berkeley): Why Did Thomas Hobbes Translate Thucydides?
  • April 10, 2013
    Arash Abizadeh (McGill University): Sovereign Jurisdiction, Territorial Rights, and Membership in Hobbes
  • April 17, 2013
    Paul Franks (Yale University): Is Judaism Religion or Law?  Isaac Breuer and the Independent Orthodox Response to Spinoza and Kant in the Age of Emancipation
  • April 24, 2013
    Ryan Hanley (Marquette University): Adam Smith on What the West Can Learn from China
  • May 1, 2013
    George Kateb (Princeton University): Lincoln’s Political Thought

Fall 2012

  • Sep 19, 2012
    Rob Reich (Stanford University), “On Philanthropy and Democracy”
  • Sep 27, 2012 [Please note: this workshop will be held on a Thursday]
    Jay Bernstein (New School), “Democratic Bodies: The Abolition of Torture and the Uprising of the Rule of Law”
  • Oct 3, 2012
    Pablo Kalmanovitz (Yale University), “Just war, regular war, and adjudication of jus ad bellum”
  • Oct 10, 2012
    Job Market Presentations
  • Oct 17, 2012
    Sarah Song (UC Berkeley), “The Significance of Territorial Presence and the Rights of Immigrants”
  • Oct 31, 2012
    Kinch Hoekstra (UC Berkeley), “Why Did Thomas Hobbes Translate Thucydides?” [rescheduled for Spring 2013]
  • Nov 7, 2012
    Job Market Presentation
  • Nov 14, 2012
    Stefanos Geroulanos (NYU), “Ethnographic Humanism and the Critique of Transparency: Tristes Tropiques, UNESCO, Rousseau, Derrida” [jointly with the Modern European Colloquium]
  • Nov 28, 2012
    Panel discussion: The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere [jointly with the Modern European Colloquium]
  • Dec 5, 2012
    Christopher J. Lebron (Yale University), “From A Human Point of View: The Substance of Egalitarianism”