The University of Chicago: Graduate Studies

Masterclass with James Robinson

Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at 4:30 PM until 5:30 PMCentral Standard Time

The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy is pleased to share our ongoing Masterclass series, featuring our world-renowned faculty and instructors to provide insight into their expertise and the classroom experience at Harris.

Join us for engaging, real-time class sessions with other prospective students to experience the Harris classroom. This series has been designed specifically for prospective full-time, part-time, and credential students interested in better understanding the unique UChicago Harris experience. 

In this session, "The Second World War, Inequality and the Social Contract in England" with Professor James Robinson, you will learn more about his recent research on inequality. As institute director of The Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts, Professor Robinson is guiding the Institute’s research agenda, engaging the international academic and practitioner community through The Pearson Global Forum, and setting the curriculum for the next generation of leaders and scholars. Professor Robinson is the co-author of Why Nations Fail and The Narrow Corridor.