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My teaching interests, like my research interests, range from the history of political thought to contemporary political theory, and from social theory to political economy.

At Princeton, I have taught an introductory lecture course on modern political thought from Hobbes to Du Bois (POL 303; syllabus available here), as well as seminars and workshops on the political theory of money (POL 981; syllabi available upon request). I furthermore teach in Princeton’s Humanities Sequence (HUM), an intensive, interdisciplinary year-long introduction to the Western intellectual tradition.

As a mentor, I am a Fellow at Whitman College and a Faculty Fellow at the Scholars Institute Fellows Program (SIFP), Princeton’s support program for first-generation and low-income students.


Contact information

Princeton Society of Fellows
Princeton University
10 Joseph Henry House
Princeton, NJ 08544
E-Mail: seich@princeton.edu
Twitter: @stefeich