Arthur Goldhammer is a writer, translator and essayist. He has published a novel, Shooting War, and has translated a hundred French books, including major works by Alexis de Tocqueville, Pierre Rosanvallon and Jean Starobinski. He writes regularly for The Nation, The American Prospect, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs and other publications. He is a Senior Affiliate of Harvard’s Centre for European Studies and serves on the editorial boards of The Tocqueville Review and French Politics, Culture and Society. He received the Médaille de Vermeil from the French Academy and has won the French-American Foundation’s Translation Prize four times; he has also been given its Lifetime Achievement Award.

Writer, translator, essayist, Senior Affiliate of the Centre for European Studies, Harvard University
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