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Mark Bevir is Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley where he currently teaches courses on Political Theory and Philosophy, and Public Policy and Organization.
Bevir was born in London, and educated at the University of Exeter, UK, and Oxford University. He lectured at the University of Madras, India, and the University of Newcastle, UK, before moving to Berkeley. He has been a visiting fellow at universities in Australia, Finland, France, UK and the USA.
Bevir has published extensively in the history, political science, and political theory academic literature, and is a regular contributor to popular magazines in Britain and America, including History Today, and The Spectator. His interests are diverse, including Anglophone, continental, and South Asian thought, particularly radical, socialist, and critical theory of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Philosophical concerns include postfoundational approaches to subjectivity, social inquiry, ethics, and democratic theory. Bevir's intellectual influence has been greatest in the fields of philosophy of human sciences, governance, and interpretive political science.
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