Eric Malczewski


B.S., New York University
M.P.P., The University of Chicago

Eric Malczewski teaches social and political theory in The Committee on Degrees in Social Studies at Harvard University, and he serves on the Board of Advisors for Social Studies. Mr. Malczewski is a Ph.D. candidate in the University Professors’ Program at BU working on a transdisciplinary degree in Sociology and Political Philosophy. He has been a member of The Institute for the Advancement of the Social Sciences since 2004. His areas of interest include classical sociological theory and political philosophy, with an emphasis on the thought of Emile Durkheim and Max Weber. He is currently working on a project in the sociology of science concerning the advent and history of sociology. With Liah Greenfeld, he has coauthored two articles, “Politics as a Cultural Phenomenon” in Handbook of Politics: State and Society in Global Perspective (Springer, 2010), and “Nationalism as the Cultural Foundation of Modern Experience” in The Handbook of Cultural Sociology (Routledge, 2010). Mr. Malczewski earned his Bachelor of Science from NYU, and he was awarded a Master of Public Policy degree with Honors from The University of Chicago.