I study European unification from the perspective of critical theory. My books include France After Hegemony: International Change and Financial Reform (Cornell, 1991), Capital Ungoverned (co-authored: Cornell, 1997), European Union and the Deconstruction of the Rhineland Frontier (Cambridge, 2008; winner of the Charles Taylor Prize for best book employing interpretive methods), and Europe Anti-Power (Routledge, Interventions, 2016). I have begun work on a new book entitled The Syllabus: Phenomenology, Vatican II, and European Union. I am active in the Critical Theory Graduate Studies Cluster, and direct the undergraduate Paris Program in Art, Literature, and Contemporary European Thought. I co-founded and, until 2012, co-directed the French Interdisciplinary Group, and remain active in various French partnership programs, including the dual PhD programs with Sciences Po, Paris Sorbonne Nouvelle, l'École Normale Supérieure, l'École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva.