Jordan de Campos-Rudinsky
PhD Candidate in Government
I'm a PhD candidate in political theory and concurrently a JD candidate at Harvard Law School. My dissertation is about British and American debates over constitutional supremacy, especially parliamentary sovereignty and judicial review, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. I'm broadly interested in the history of modern constitutionalism and state theory, and I'm delighted to supervise theses related to these themes and others in ancient, medieval and modern political philosophy. (I also have a background in classics). Previously I served as a TF for Michael Sandel's "Justice" and taught a sophomore tutorial on the history of American constitutional theory.