Jason Frank is the Robert J. Katz Chair of Government at Cornell University
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Jason Frank is the Robert J. Katz Chair of Government at Cornell University. Jason’s research and teaching interests include democratic theory, American political thought, modern political theory, politics and literature, and political aesthetics. He is the author of Constituent Moments: Enacting the People in Postrevolutionary America (Duke University Press, 2010), Publius and Political Imagination (Rowman & Littlefield, 2013). While in Uppsala as a Forum Fellow, Jason will work on his forthcoming book entitled The Democratic Sublime: Assembly and Aesthetics in the Age of Revolution (under contract at Oxford University Press) which addresses popular sovereignty in periods of revolutionary transition.