Danielle Allen seminar

by Henry on June 26, 2015

The seminar on Danielle Allen’s recent book, Our Declaration: A Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Defense of Equality, which is available from Powells, Amazon and Barnes and Noble is now concluded. The entire seminar can be found at this link. The participants in this seminar and their posts:

  • James Miller is a professor of political science and liberal studies at the New School for Social Research. What Is To Be Done?



Roger Nowosielski 06.15.15 at 6:06 pm


Warren Terra 06.15.15 at 6:10 pm

Henry Farrell blogs here.

I realize people reading this blog probably know who you are, but why not also list your faculty appointment / academic status, as you do for the other participants?


Henry 06.15.15 at 6:27 pm

Because we’ve typically only listed affiliations for non-CT regular bloggers in the past e.g.. I thought a bit this morning about whether not putting my affiliation in was more ostentatious than not, but decided that thinking too much about this question would lead into some self-recursive Bourdieuian death-spiral that I didn’t have the time for.

Roger, also, this New York Review of Books review.


Roger Nowosielski 06.15.15 at 6:38 pm

Thanks. Henry.


bob 06.15.15 at 7:09 pm

Warren Terra – you may not have noticed that the regular CT contributors are listed at the upper right under “Contributors”, with links to take you to their professional information.


UserGoogol 06.15.15 at 8:07 pm

Clicking on his name in the comments also gets the job done, for that matter.

But anyway, Henry Farrell is an associate professor of political science and international affairs at George Washington University.


js. 06.27.15 at 12:38 am

Just a heads up: the link in “The entire seminar can be found at this link” appears to be broken.


Meredith 06.27.15 at 6:08 am

“It is so ordered.” I’d love to hear Danielle’s take on these four words of Justice Kennedy and his four concurrents (to which those four who did not agree must, nonetheless, con — con/cum what? The (apparently) dead-ends are interesting, no?).


Martin 07.01.15 at 4:51 am

The kink is still not working.


Martin 07.01.15 at 4:51 am

Link, sorry.

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