Cambridge (MA), September 8th, 2014
Welcome to this site if it’s your first visit and welcome back if you’re returning. You’ll find out what I’m teaching, what I’m writing and where I’ll be appearing this fall.
I'm teaching IGA 365 Human Rights and Foreign Policy this semester to a full house of students from the Kennedy School, Harvard College, Harvard GSAS, Tufts and MIT. The students come from more than 30 countries and as a result, I learn as much from them as they do from me.
Zsuzsanna and I are sophomore advisors in Mather House, and we are lucky to live on the top of Mather Tower, with a stunning view of Cambridge and Boston.
I’m writing for The New Republic, The New York Review of Books and The Atlantic, and I’ll post these articles as they appear.
As you can see in the Events panel, I’m appearing at a number of events this fall and I hope to see some of you at these occasions.
I hope you find the site useful and that you will get in touch. I will reply as soon as I can.
Forum Discussion on Gaza and the Middle East, Harvard Hillel, Cambridge - Tuesday Sept 9, 7pm
War and Peace: Nexus Conference, Nationale Opera, Amsterdam - Saturday Sept 20
Meeting the Challenge of Authoritarian Capitalism, Fundacao Francisco Manuel Dos Santos, Lisbon - Friday Oct 3
"Michael Ignatieff in Conversation with Paul Holdengraeber": Ethics for a Connected World, Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs Centennial Event, New York Public Library (5th Ave and 42nd Street) - Wednesday Oct 15
Human Rights and the Challenge of Authoritarian Capitalism, Lecture at the International Institute, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor - Thursday Oct 30, 4-6pm