Michelle A. Schwarze is the Jack Miller Center Assistant Professor of Political Science. Her research centers on the passions and the history of political economy, especially 18th century moral and political theory. She is currently revising her first book, Recognizing Resentment, which argues that spectatorial resentment is central to justice -- and the recognition and protection of equal rights -- in a liberal society. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in the American Political Science Review, Journal of Politics, and American Political Thought. She currently serves on the executive committee of the International Adam Smith Society.
Michelle Schwarze and Jim Zink, "James Wilson's Science of Politics and the Moral Psychology of American Constitutionalism," forthcoming at American Political Thought.
Dan Kapust and Michelle Schwarze, "The Rhetoric of Sincerity: Cicero and Smith on Propriety and Political Context" forthcoming in the American Political Science Review.