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Mark Bevir, professor of political science

professor of political science

Mark Bevir is a professor of political science whose main research interests are in political theory (including the history of political thought, political philosophy, and the philosophy of the human sciences) and public policy (including interpretive analysis, organizational theory, and governance).

He was born and raised in London, and received his doctorate from the University of Oxford. Mark's philosophical interests cover post foundationalism and historicism, and their relevance for social inquiry, subjectivity, ethics, and democratic theory. His historical interests cover American, European, and South Asian thought in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. His work on public policy draws on his philosophical and historical ideas to explore changes in governance.

Posts by Mark Bevir

5-14-10Politics & Law: What's on your mind?The Odd Couple: Coalition government in Britain