Bill Glod is Senior Program Officer. He is responsible for providing resources to aid the research and career development of current and aspiring faculty in the humanities.
He received his PhD in philosophy from Tulane University, and his main research interest is whether paternalism (be it the coercive or “nudge” variety) is ever justified or legitimate. Bill has published articles in Southern Journal of Philosophy, Social Theory and Practice, and ETMP among other outlets. He also has a forthcoming book, Why It’s OK to Make Bad Choices (Routledge).
His hobbies include watching film noir, making music playlists, and following the Washington Nationals and Chicago Cubs.