Daniel Stublen
Daniel is from the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and a rising senior studying Political Theory and French, with a certificate in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.  This summer he will research the limits of free speech, particularly as it relates to preventing the spread of racism.  As a case-study, he will look at the recent Dieudonné Affair in France, where a comedian was censured for the possible incitation of public disorder by spreading anti-Semitism.  Daniel is also very interested in comedy, a medium which has historically pushed the limits of what is politically correct or not.  He will be doing his research in Paris, France, where he will be eating plenty of baguettes, cheeses, and croissants.

Research Updates

June 10: My research has finally commenced!

June 24: Legal Systems and Manuel Valls’ Influence on Dieudonné’s trial