Samuel Bagg received his PhD in political theory in May 2017. Beginning in August 2017, he will be a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Research Group on Constitutional Studies at McGill University. His current research centers on democratic theory, but he has has broad teaching and and research interests, including in PPE, critical theories of power, history of political thought, political psychology, and political institutions. His work has been published by the European Journal of Political Theory; Political Research Quarterly; Politics, Philosophy, and Economics; and Political Studies Review. His current book project (titled The Dispersion of Power: Thinking Democratically in the 21st Century is adapted from his dissertation, which was recently awarded “Most Outstanding Dissertation” (all fields, AY 2016-2017) by the Political Science department.