Daniel Fryer is an assistant professor of law and philosophy at the University of Michigan. His work is informed by scholarship in social and political philosophy, law, history, and public policy. He is also influenced by social movements and intellectual discourse outside the academy. Daniel’s recent research focuses on assessing how we should construct legal and political institutions to respond to various forms of social and economic inequality; the history of African American political thought; criminal justice reform; and race theory. While at Princeton, he will be working on a set of articles on reparative justice.
Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Faculty Fellow
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