- B.A. (Hons.), University of California, Los Angeles
- M.A., University of Toronto
- Ph.D., University of Toronto
David Carvounas teaches the history of political thought at the University of Toronto and Glendon College. His interests include the history of political thought (ancient through modern); the transition from premodern to modern forms of social, cultural, and political life; problems of modernity and temporality; and political ethics. Current research interests include globalism and the rise of post-globalist politics. Publications include “Precariousness, the Secured Present, and the Sustainability of the Future,” coauthored with Craig Ireland. Time & Society, Vol. 17 2/3 (2008); and Diverging Time: The Politics of Modernity in Kant, Hegel, and Marx (Lexington Books, 2002).
- Socio-historical Relation Between Philosophical, Historiographical, and Political Discourse
- Transition from Premodern to Modern Forms of Social, Cultural, and Political Life
- Problems of Modernity and Temporality
- History of Political Philosophy