The winner of the 2022 French presidential election will soon be known, with many commentators comparing its historic character to the 2016 US election and the Brexit referendum. From […]More
Sarah GustafsonSarah Gustafson is in her fourth year of the PhD in Government (Political Theory) at Harvard University, where she is writing on Tocqueville, welfare, and the theological underpinnings of nineteenth century French thought. She graduated First Honor (Valedictorian) of Davidson College, with degrees in History and French. Her work on Alexis de Tocqueville in the MA in the History of Political Thought at Queen Mary University won the University of London’s Quentin Skinner Prize for Excellence in the History of Political Thought. A native of Connecticut, during her undergraduate years Sarah lived in Tours and Paris, studying history at the Université François Rabelais and conducting original archival research at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, the Archives de Paris, and the Musée et Archive de la Préfecture de Police de Paris. She is thrilled to join the team and contribute to the mission of Tocqueville 21.
First off, an exciting conclusion to an exciting series: Samuel Moyn of Yale has been giving the Carlyle Lectures at Oxford on the theme of “The Cold War and the […]More