한국정치 노트 Notes on the Politics of Korea


Green, Jeffrey Print E-mail
Kennedy, Ellen Print E-mail
Image Ellen Kennedy - Professor
Suite 300, 3440 Market Street, Room 317
Phone: 898-7763
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Ph.D. in Government, London School of Economics, 1977
M.A. in Political Science, Indiana University, 1970
Curriculum Vitae (.pdf) (.doc)

Professor Kennedy writes on a variety of subjects in political economy and the history of modern European political and legal theory. She has been a Research Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and the Friedreich Ebert Foundation as well as the British Academy and the Nuffield Fondation. Before joining the faculty at Penn, she taught in at the Universities of London, York, Manchester and at the University of Freiburg.

Areas of Interest
• Political Theory
• Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
• Comparative Government
• Western Europe

Selected Publications
Constitutional Failure: Carl Schmitt in Weimar, Duke University Press, 2002.
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The Bundesbank: Germany's Central Bank in the International Monetary System. (British Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1991).

Women in Western Political Philosophy: Kant to Nietzsche. (Harvester Press, 1987). [co-edited with Susan Mendus]

• Translation of Carl Schmitt's The Crisis of Parliamentary Democracy. (MIT Press, 1985).

Course Sampler
• Jean Bodin & the Origin of Modern Political Thought (Graduate Seminar)
• Modern Political Thought
• Hegel and Marx (Graduate Seminar)
• Ancient Political Thought
• Max Weber and Carl Schmitt (Graduate Seminar)
• Modern Political Thought
• Money and Markets
• Comparative Western European Politics
• Language of Politics
• Introduction to Political Science


Green, Jeffrey Print E-mail
Jeffrey Green- Assistant Professor
202 Stiteler Hall

Phone: 898-7649
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Ph.D., Harvard University, J.D., Yale Law School
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Professor Green’s teaching and research interests include democratic theory, ancient and modern political philosophy, and contemporary social theory. His first book - The Eyes of the People: Democracy in an Age of Spectatorship (Oxford University Press, 2010) - pursues a novel model of democracy which, unlike dominant paradigms, understands the everyday citizen primarily as a spectator of politics rather than as a decision-maker. He has published articles in such journals as Political Theory, Philosophy & Social Criticism, Polis, and Philosophy & Theology.  A Fulbright scholar, Green has taught at Harvard and at Gothenburg University in Sweden.  During 2009-2010, he will participate as a Mellon Faculty Fellow at the Penn Humanities Forum.

Recent/Forthcoming Publications

 The Eyes of the People: Democracy in an Age of Spectatorship, Oxford University Press, 2010
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"Three Theses on Schumpeter," Political Theory (forthcoming, 2010)

"Political Participation," Encyclopedia of Political Theory (Sage: forthcoming, 2010)

"Max Weber and the Reinvention of Popular Power," Max Weber Studies, 8.2 (2008)
 
"Two Meanings of Disenchantment: Sociological Condition vs. Philosophical Act—Reassessing
Max Weber’s Thesis of the Disenchantment of the World,” Philosophy & Theology, volume 17, nos. 1-2 (2007) 

“The Shame of Being a Philosopher,” Political Theory, volume 33, no. 2 (2005)

“The Morality of Wonder: A Positive Interpretation of Socratic Ignorance,”  Polis: The Journal of  the Society for Greek Political Thought, volume 21, Issues 1-2 (2004)

“Apathy: The Democratic Disease,” Philosophy and Social Criticism, volume 30, no. 5 (2004)

Course Offerings
Politics and Theatricality
Contemporary Political Theory
Introduction to Democratic Theory
Shakespeare and Political Theory

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