Benjamin Radcliff

Professor of Political Science, the University of Notre Dame

Benjamin Radcliff is Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame. His current
research focuses on the means by which human happiness is politically produced and distributed.
His scholarly articles on the subject have appeared in many journals,
including the American Political Science Review, the Journal of Politics, Perspectives on Politics,
and Social Forces. He is also the author of The Political Economy of Human Happiness (Cambridge
University Press). Radcliff has a been a scholar in residence at the
the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study and the Roosevelt Study Center, and
a Fulbright Fellow.

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Saturday, September 24
2:30-4:30 pm

Past Event

Call no man happy until he is dead.  – Solon of Athens (c. 640 – c. 560 BCE) “Happiness” may be understood in prosaic and philosophic senses: as referring to a moment of experience or the entirety of a life; as referring to a psychological state of mind, relating to pleasurable emotions, as well as… read more »