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Former Undergraduate Fellow, Renan Ferreirinha Carneiro ('17), Elected to Office in Rio de Janeiro

January 23, 2019
Hearty congratulations to our former Undergraduate Fellow, Renan Carneiro, who has been elected as State Representative for Rio de Janeiro! Carneiro will serve in Rio's legislative house for the next 4 years. You can read about his decision to run for office right after graduating from Harvard here. Read more about Former Undergraduate Fellow, Renan Ferreirinha Carneiro ('17), Elected to Office in Rio de Janeiro

"A New Look at the Father of Modern Political Thought," in the Harvard Gazette

January 22, 2019
“Forty or 50 years ago, it was thought that, although there would be inequality in capitalist societies, that it would be moderate, and that there would be a rising tide, which would lift all ships,” Michael Rosen. For more from the interview in the Harvard Gazette with Michael Rosen on the significance of John Rawls and our upcoming conference, click hereRead more about "A New Look at the Father of Modern Political Thought," in the Harvard Gazette

"Who's Got Personality?" an Interview with Deb Chasman and Merve Emre

October 1, 2018

Deb Chasman, 2018-19 Fellow-in-Residence and Editor-in-Chief of Boston Review, conducted a fascinating interview with Merve Emre on personality tests like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. In their conversation, they explore "what the test really measures and what it misses, how it has come to function as a form of divination and therapy in an age of secular alienation, and why its claims of innateness are at odds with richer understandings of personality and character."

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