Founding Chairman of CES (1969–1994), Stanley Hoffmann was Paul and Catherine Buttenwieser University Professor at Harvard. His publications included Gulliver’s Troubles (1968), Decline or Renewal? France Since the Thirties (1974), Primacy or World Order (1978), Duties Beyond Borders (1980), Janus and Minerva (1986), The European Sisyphus (1995), Ethics and Politics of Humanitarian Intervention (1996), World Disorders (1998), L’Amerique vraiment imperial? (2003), Gulliver Unbound (2004), and Chaos and Violence (2006). He also collaborated on Rousseau and Freedom (2010), co-edited with Christie McDonald. Hoffmann passed away at the age of 86 on September 13, 2015. CES celebrated the life of Stanley Hoffmann at a memorial service held at Memorial Church. View details of the tribute here.
Founding Chairman (1969-1994), Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University