John Davenport, Professor of Philosophy, Director of Peace & Justice Studies, Fordham University
John Davenport teaches ethics and political philosophy at Fordham, and is the director of the minor in Peace & Justice Studies. He has published in the past on topics in moral psychology (autonomy, free will, personhood etc) but is currently focusing on issues in political philosophy. In addition to the webpage he maintains on the need for a new constitutional convention in the United States, he is writing a book now on the need for a league of democracies to act when the UN cannot. In social innovation, he is always looking for new ways to get students in humanities majors to discover real-world applications for their work.