Jade Schiff, assistant professor of politics, received a BA at the University of Toronto, and an MA and PhD at the University of Chicago.
Schiff works at the intersections of political theory, international relations, phenomenology and literary criticism. Schiff’s primary research area is contemporary political theory, and emphasizes issues of suffering, political responsibility and redemption in local and global contexts.
Political Theory Live: Thinking in Practice — POLT 134
Justice, Virtue, and the Good Life — POLT 231
Political Responsibility — POLT 251
The Social Contract & Its Critics — POLT 258
Education for Politics: Discipline, Resistance and Virtue — POLT 333