Greg Conti is a PhD Student in Government at Harvard University. He is a political theorist and historian of political thought. His research addresses a wide array of subjects, among them: the philosophy of toleration, systems of representation, theories of deliberation, the philosophy of freedom of thought and opinion, early modern natural law theory, the history of utilitarianism, religion and politics, Victorian political thought, and the development of ideas concerning political psychology, public opinion, and stability. His dissertation examines questions of ideological conflict and diversity of opinion in nineteenth-century Britain. Conti was a Graduate Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics for 2014-15 and a Graduate Affiliate at CES. In addition to his research, he has served as a Teaching Fellow at Harvard in the government, general education, and economics departments. He received the Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching twice. Conti has a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Chicago.
PhD Student in Government, Harvard University
Graduate Student Affiliate, CES, Harvard University