Roger is an interdisciplinary scholar, teacher, and writer. His interests stretch from Greek and German philosophy to legal history and from the history of science to images of justice in film and literature. More prosaically, he teaches political theory, legal thought, and human rights at Bard College. He is the Academic Director of the Hannah Arendt Center for Ethical and Political Thinking at Bard College. His essays have appeared in The Journal of Politics, Philosophy and Literature, the Journal of Law, Culture and Humanities, New Nietzsche Studies, Theoretical Inquiries in Law, Rechtshistorisches Journal, The Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities, The Cardozo Law Review, Rechtsgeschichte, and many other publications. His book, The Gift of Science: Leibniz and the Modern Legal Tradition, was recently published by Harvard University Press.