Corey Brettschneider is Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at Brown University, where he teaches courses in political theory and public law. He received a PhD in Politics from Princeton University and a JD from Stanford University. His recent articles, part of a book project entitled, Democratic Rights: The Substance of Self-Government, (Princeton University Press, 2007), include "Balancing Procedures and Outcomes Within Democratic Theory: Core Values and Judicial Review," in Political Studies (2005), "The Value Theory of Democracy," in Politics, Philosophy and Economics (2006), and "The Rights of the Guilty," in Political Theory (2007). Other publications include articles on capital punishment and the role of rights in Marxian thought.
Brettschneider is the recipient of the Cornell University Young Scholar Award, a fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies, and a Safra Foundation Fellowship in Ethics from Harvard University. He is currently developing a project that suggests why political liberalism should incorporate the concerns of feminist theory. The first article of this project is "The Politics of the Personal: A Liberal Approach," in the American Political Science Review (2007).