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- M.A., Political Science, University of Chicago, 2017
- B.A., Philosophy and Political Science (with honors), University of Central Florida, 2016
Chris Chambers is a PhD student whose interests lie at the intersection of democratic and constitutional theory; the history of political thought; 20th century Continental philosophy; and the role of literature in political theorizing. Prior to Yale, he completed a MA at the University of Chicago where he wrote on Hannah Arendt and the Russian novelist Ivan Turgenev. Before Chicago, he completed BAs in Philosophy and Political Science at the University of Central Florida, thinking then about analytic metaphysics, the history of philosophy, and contemporary political theory. His work is supported by the Dean’s Emerging Scholar’s Fellowship. When Chris isn’t busied with political theory he enjoys discussing film and trends in hip-hop.
Areas of Interest:
- Political Theory