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DegreesBoston University, Ph.D.
Oxford University, M.S.T.
Dartmouth College, B.A.
ExpertiseNationalism, Sociology of Religion, Comparative and Historical Sociology
ProfileChandler Rosenberger is Assistant Professor of International and Global Studies and Sociology. A historical sociologist specializing in the cultural foundations of politics, Mr. Rosenberger is especially interested in the intellectual roots of political revolutions.
Mr. Rosenberger studied History and Philosophy at Dartmouth College and Philosophy of Religion at the University of Oxford. From 1992 to 1994, he covered the collapse of Czechoslovakia and the war in Yugoslavia as a journalist and as a fellow of the Institute of Current World Affairs. After seven years in Europe Mr. Rosenberger returned to the United States to write a dissertation at Boston University on the dissident intellectuals who led Czechoslovakia’s “Velvet Revolution.” He then taught international relations at Boston University for nine years.
Mr. Rosenberger has written about post-Communist Central Europe for scholarly journals and for such publications as Critical Review, Human Rights Watch, World Policy Journal, and The Wall Street Journal. He is now writing a biography of former Czech dissident and president, Václav Havel.
Outside of his academic work, Mr. Rosenberger has served on the Board of Advisors of the Apollinaire Theatre Company in Chelsea, MA and of the Board of Trustees of the Institute of Current World Affairs.
|EL||94a||Experiential Learning Practicum|
|IGS||10a||Introduction to International and Global Studies|
|SOC||127a||Religion, Ethnicity, and Nationalism|
|SOC||136b||Historical and Comparative Sociology|
|SOC||162a||Intellectuals and Revolutionary Politics|
|SOC||168a||Democracy and Inequality in Global Perspective|
|SYS||1c||How Do We Know What We Know?|
Awards and Honors
Norman Grant for Faculty Research (2014 - 2015)
Rosenberger, Chandler. "The Longest Season." Rev. of Prague Winter, by Madeleine Albright. Columbia Magazine vol. Winter 2013