(2018–2019 courses)

GOVT 1615 — Introduction to Political Theory [FINAL syllabus]

GOVT 6816 — Seminar: Arendt. [FINAL syllabus]

(future courses)

I tentatively plan to teach a new version of Contemporary Political Theory and its Histories in the Fall of 2019, and to teach GOVT 1615, Introduction to Political Theory, in the Spring of 2020.

(past courses)

20th Century Hegelianisms. [2004 syllabus]

Action and Responsibility. [2001 syllabus]

Adorno’s Aesthetic Theory. [2012 syllabus]

Agamben’s Political Thought. [2016 syllabus]

Arendt and Heidegger (with Bob Gooding-Williams). [2012 syllabus]

Classics of Social and Political Thought, I. [2014 syllabus]

Classics of Social and Political Thought, II. [2018 syllabus]

Classics of Social and Political Thought, III. [2018 syllabus]

Cold War Political Theory. [2009 syllabus]

Contemporary Political Theory and its Histories. [2015 syllabus, part I] [part II]

Contemporary Theories of Agency. [2004 syllabus]

Democracy and its Critics in the 19th Century. [2003 syllabus]

Democratic Theory. [2000 syllabus] [2006 syllabus]

Hannah Arendt’s The Human Condition. [2017 syllabus] [2014 syllabus] [2011 syllabus] [2009 syllabus] [2006 syllabus]

Hannah Arendt’s On Revolution [2015 syllabus]  & On Revolution Continued. [2016 syllabus]

Hegel and Marx. [2004 syllabus]

Language, Politics, and Political Theory. [2006 syllabus]

Marx’s Capital (with Bill Sewell). [2001 syllabus]

Marx’s Capital and its Readers, I–II [2018 syllabus part I]  [2018 syllabus part II]

The Political Thought of Jürgen Habermas. [2009 syllabus]

Politics, Art, and Aesthetics. [2014 syllabus] [2007 syllabus]

Power, Action, and Rule in Radical Democratic Theory. [2011 syllabus]

Self, Culture, and Society, I. [2011 syllabus]

Theories of Agency: Hannah Arendt. [2003 syllabus]