David Alvarez, Senior Global Justice Fellow
David Alvarez Garcia received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) with a dissertation on cosmopolitan and international justice. Before coming to Yale he had combined his research interest on Global Justice with a teaching position at the University of Vigo (Spain). He came to Yale in 2007 as a Fulbright Postdoctoral Fellow to work on cosmopolitanism and global justice with Seyla Benhabib and Thomas Pogge. His works in progress are a project on global health and local accountability and a book on global institutions and the transformations of citizenship. David was a Senior Global Justice Fellow in 2009–2010.
- “Rawls, Toleration and Alternative Modernities” [in Spanish], Enrahonar (special issue on Rawls), 43 (2009): 181-203
- “The ‘Right to Have Economic Rights’ and the Democratic Will Transformation” [in Spanish], Enrahonar, 40/41 (2008): 33-53.
- “Citizenship and Global Justice: the Tragic Structure of Common Responsibilities” [in Spanish], Revista Internacional de Filosofia Politica, 29 (2007): 139-159.