Clarissa Rile Hayward
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St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
Clarissa Rile Hayward is a contemporary political theorist whose research and teaching focus on theories of power, democratic theory, theories of identity, and American urban politics.
Her most recent book, How Americans Make Race: Stories, Institutions, Spaces (Cambridge University Press, 2013), was the winner of the American Political Science Association's prize for the Best Book in Urban Politics. Hayward is also author of De-Facing Power (Cambridge University Press, 2000) and co-editor (with Todd Swanstrom) of Justice and the American Metropolis (University of Minnesota Press, 2011). In addition, she has published many articles in edited volumes and in journals, such as the American Political Science Review, Constellations, Contemporary Political Theory, the Journal of Politics, Polity, and Political Theory. Her research has been supported by the National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton.
For more information, including Hayward's c.v., visit her personal webpage, clarissahayward.com.
How Americans Make Race. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
"What Can Political Freedom Mean in a Multicultural Democracy?" Political Theory :4 (August 2011), 468-97.
De-facing Power. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Introduction to Political Theory
Foundations of American Democracy (American political thought)
History of Political Thought II (social contract theory)
History of Political Thought III (19th century political thought)
Power, Justice, and the City
Theories of Democracy
Graduate Proseminar in Political Theory