Our director Stephen Sawyer will be giving a talk entitled “The Birth of the Democratic Social Contract, 1800-1850” at the SPOT seminar on Political Theory at Sciences Po on February […]More
Stephen Sawyer: Director and Founder
Stephen W. Sawyer is the founder and Director of Tocqueville 21, Director of Publications of The Tocqueville Review/La Revue Tocqueville, and Director of the Center for Critical Democracy at the American University of Paris.
Listen to Tocqueville 21’s Director Prof. Stephen Sawyer on France Culture’s Les Chemins de la Philosophie as he discusses Tocqueville, public opinion, and democracy. LISTEN HEREMore
Giuliana Chamedes, Mellon-Morgridge Professor of European International History at the University of Wisconsin, gave at recent talk entitled “Anti-Fascism as a Differentially Mobilizing Ideology: Anti-Imperialism and the Failed Globalization of the […]More
Back in the fall of 2020, as the post-summer threats of Covid-19 were doing little to assuage the anxieties of the upcoming American presidential election, I received a message from […]More
This is the third of three reviews in our series on Axel Honneth’s The Idea of Socialism: Towards a Renewal (Polity, 2017). Axel Honneth’s Idea of Socialism is an […]More