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Associate Professor of Philosophy and, by courtesy, of German Studies
BioI received my B.S. in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University in 1990. I then went to the Department of Philosophy at The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. I completed a Ph.D. there in 1999. I also spent the academic year of 1998-99 at Universität Bielefeld in Germany. I have been teaching at Stanford since 2000.
Daniel Hutton Ferris
Postdoctoral Scholar, Philosophy
BioDaniel Hutton Ferris is a democratic theorist working on political representation, transnational governance, and democratic innovations. His PhD research analyzed the way increasing fragmentation in electoral, administrative, and societal representation threatens the legibility and democratic legitimacy of the representative system. As a postdoctoral fellow at the McCoy Family Centre for Ethics in Society, Danny is thinking about whether or how it may be possible to realize democratic simplicity at the transnational level by reforming border-crossing processes of political representation in the EU and elsewhere.