I'm a tenured Associate Professor of Political Science at Yale University. I'm a political theorist interested in democratic theory, Enlightenment thinkers, political epistemology, constitutional theory, and the philosophy of social sciences. My book Democratic Reason (Princeton University Press 2013) was awarded the 2015 David and Elaine Spitz Prize for best book in liberal and/or democratic theory published two years earlier. My new book, Open Democracy: Reinventing Popular Rule for the 21st Century, will be out in the Fall 2020 with Princeton University Press. In it I imagine what genuine democratic representation means and how we could open up our narrowly electoral institutions to ordinary citizens, including via what I call "open mini-publics."
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