See my review of Rebecca Comay’s recent book, Mourning Sickness: Hegel and the French Revolution (Stanford, 2010).
I am a historian of modern Europe interested in the spread of radical social and political ideas. After receiving my doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley, I became a postdoctoral associate and lecturer in the Humanities Program and Department of History at Yale University. I’m also a fellow in Yale’s Whitney Humanities Center. My research areas include resistance and subversion, German socialism, exile, human rights, critical theory, and comparative revolutions.