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Danielle Allen

Danielle Allen

Director, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University
James Bryant Conant University Professor

2015 - 

Danielle Allen is Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics and James Bryant Conant University Professor at Harvard University. She is a political theorist who has published broadly in democratic theory, political sociology, and the history of political thought. Read more about Danielle Allen

Meira Levinson

Meira Levinson

Co-Director, Graduate Fellowship Program
Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education

Meira Levinson is a normative political philosopher who writes about civic education, multiculturalism, youth empowerment, and educational ethics. In doing so, she draws upon scholarship from multiple disciplines as well as her eight years of experience teaching in the Atlanta and Boston Public Schools. Read more about Meira Levinson

Jess Miner

Jess Miner

Research Director

2015 -

Jess is a Classicist with primary interests in ancient Greek oratory and comedy, higher education administration, and practical ethics pedagogy. Prior to joining the Center, she spent five years implementing an ethics across the curriculum program at The University of Texas at Austin. In her role as Research Director, she will focus on connecting the Center’s research activities with curricular initiatives across campus and with broader public discussions on related themes.

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Chris Robichaud

Christopher Robichaud

Director of Pedagogical Innovation, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics;
Lecturer in Ethics and Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School

2017 - 

Christopher Robichaud is Lecturer in Ethics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Director of Pedagogical Innovation at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics. He received his doctorate in philosophy from MIT. His interests surround ethics, political philosophy, and social epistemology, with a focus on examining the role of truth and knowledge in well-functioning democracies, and on understanding what the post-truth age of politcs is. Read more about Christopher Robichaud