B.A., George Washington University, 2003
Ph.D., University of Virginia, 2008
ryan.pevnick [at] nyu.edu
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For a full list of my work, see my
Areas of Research/Interest: Political Theory
'Does the Egalitarian Rationale for Campaign Finance Reform Succeed?' Philosophy & Public Affairs 44/1, 2016.
'The Anatomy of Debate about Campaign Finance' The Journal of Politics Forthcoming.
'Should Civil Liberties have Strict Priority?' Law & Philosophy 34/5, 2015
'Immigration, Jurisdiction, and History' (with Michael Kates) Philosophy & Public Affairs 42/2, 2014
'Are There Good Procedural Objections to Judicial Review?' (with Kathleen Doherty) The Journal of Politics, 76/1, 2014.
"Democratizing the Nonprofit Sector" The Journal of Political Philosophy, 21/3, 2013.
'Immigration and the Constraints of Justice' (Cambridge University Press)
‘The Lockean Case for Religious Tolerance: The Social Contract and the Irrationality of Persecution’ Political Studies 57/4, 2009.
‘Social Trust & the Ethics of Immigration Policy’ The Journal of Political Philosophy 17/2, 2009.
‘Collective Ownership and the Morality of Immigration Restrictions’ A Response to Mathias Risse Ethics & International Affairs 22/3, 2008.
‘Political Coercion & the Scope of Distributive Justice’ Political Studies 56/2, 2008.
‘Obligations of Fair Play & Foreigners’ The Journal of Political Philosophy 14/2, 2006.