Professor Andrea Sangiovanni
Professor of Philosophy
Address Room 902A, Philosophy Building
King's College London
London, WC2R 2LS
NB. Temporarily relocated to office 3F in the Chesham Building
Research interests and PhD supervision
Professor Andrea Sangiovanni received his BA and PhD from Harvard University. Before joining the Philosophy Department at King’s College London (in 2007), he was a Randall Dillard Research Fellow at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge (2005-2007).
- Moral, political, and legal philosophy
- Early modern and modern political philosophy
Professor Sangiovanni's main areas of research are in contemporary moral, legal, and political philosophy, though he also has interests in the history of early-modern and modern political thought. Current research interests include: international justice and law; human rights and the idea of dignity; the relation between principles and social practices; justice, legitimacy, and solidarity in the European Union; ‘Scottish’ constructivism; moral equality.
Professor Sangiovanni welcomes enquiries from prospective students seeking supervision in topics connected to his research interests.
For more details, please see his full research profile.
- ‘Solidarity in the European Union’ (2013) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 33: 2.
- ‘Solidarity in the European Union: Problems and Prospects’ (2012) in The Philosophical Foundations of European Union Law , eds. Julie Dickson and Pavlos Eleftheriadis (Oxford University Press), pp. 384-412
- ‘Can the Innate Right to Freedom Alone Ground a System of Public and Private Rights?’ (2012) European Journal of Philosophy 40/3: 60-9.
- ‘The Irrelevance of Coercion, Imposition, and Framing to Distributive Justice’ (2012) Philosophy & Public Affairs 40/2: 79-110
Expertise and public engagement
Professor Sangiovanni has previously taught on the following modules
- 5AANB007 Political II: Theories of Justice (convenor)
- 6AANA046 Topics in Political Philosophy
- 7AAN2081 Political Philosophy (convenor)
- 7AAN2082 Political Philosophy II: Special Topics