Courses

 

Academic Year 2013-2014

Fall 2013

Intellectual History: Contemporary Theories (graduate)

Global Justice in Historical Perspective (undergraduate)

Spring 2014

History of Human Rights (lecture)

Introduction to Historiography (with Michael Stanislawski, graduate)

 

Academic Year 2012-2013

Fall 2012

On Leave

Spring 2013 (at Harvard Law School)

Human Rights: History and Theory (lecture)

Legal Thought Today (with Roberto Unger, lecture)

 

Academic Year 2011-2012

Fall 2011

Historical Origins of Human Rights (lecture)

International Criminal Law: History and Theory (undergrad seminar)

Spring 2012 (at Yale Law School)

International Human Rights (lecture)

Conservatism (seminar)

 

Academic Year 2010-2011

Fall 2010

Lit Hum I

The Politics of Humanity (graduate)

Spring 2011

Lit Hum II

Michel Foucault (with Matthew L. Jones, graduate)

 

Academic Year 2009-2010

Fall 2009

On Leave

Spring 2010

Historical Origins of Human Rights (lecture)

for syllabus, see above

Historical Theories and Methods (lecture with lab)

 

 

Prior Courses

 

Academic Year 2008-2009

On Leave

 

Academic Year 2007-2008

Fall 2007

History of the Law of War (with John Witt, graduate/law school)

 

Spring 2008

Modern European Intellectual History, 1880-1940 (lecture)

Secularization and Modern Intellectual History (graduate)

 

Academic Year 2006-2007

Fall 2006

Contemporary Civilization I

Animals from Aristotle to Agamben (undergrad seminar)

 

Spring 2007

Historical Origins of Human Rights (lecture)

for syllabus, see above

 

Academic Year 2005-2006

Fall 2005

Historical Origins of Human Rights (lecture)

for syllabus, see above

Philosophy and Politics (undergrad seminar)

 

Spring 2006

Contemporary Civilization II

Intellectual History: Rival Theories (graduate)

 

Academic Year 2004-2005

On Leave

 

Academic Year 2003-2004 

Fall 2003

CC I

for syllabus, see above

Tocqueville and Social Theory (undergrad seminar)

 

Spring 2004

CC II

for syllabus, see above

Historical Origins of Human Rights (lecture)

For syllabus, see above

 

Academic Year 2002-2003

Fall 2002

CC I

for syllabus, see above

Modern European Intellectual History, 1880-1940 (lecture)

for syllabus, see above 

 

Spring 2003

CC II

for syllabus, see above

Legal Theory in Modern History (undergrad seminar)

 

Academic Year 2001-2002

Fall 2001

CC I

for syllabus, see above

Senior Thesis Seminar in European History

 

Spring 2002

CC II

for syllabus, see above

Senior Thesis Seminar in European History II