Gordon Hull


Associate Professor, Department of  Philosophy
Associate Professor, Public Policy Doctoral Program


Research Interests: Political Theory; Law and Policy; Intellectual Property; Privacy; Data analytics


Dr. Hull received his PhD (2000) from Vanderbilt University.  In addition to his appointment in Philosophy and Public Policy, he serves as director of the Center for Professional and Applied Ethics.  He works primarily at the intersection of political theory, law, policy and technology.  In addition to work on contemporary and historical political thought, he has published extensively on issues in intellectual property and privacy.  He is currently completing a book manuscript on intellectual property theory and law, tentatively titled The Biopolitics of Intellectual Property, forthcoming on Cambridge University Press.

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