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educator , Philosopher

Bradford Williamson Hooker, American philosopher, educator. Fellow research fellowship, Leverhulme Trust, 1999-2000; grantee Research grant, British Academy, 1996, Summer Research grant, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1993.

Background

Hooker, Bradford Williamson was born on September 13, 1957 in New Orleans. Son of Henry Williamson and Alice Ingram Hooker.

Education

AB, Princeton University, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy, University Oxford, 1986.

Career

Assistant professor Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, 1986—1992, associate professor, 1992—1993. Lecturer University Reading, England, 1993—1998, senior lecturer England, 1998—2001, professor moral philosophy England, since 2001. Member benchmarking committee philosophy Quality Assurance Agency, 1999—2000.

Works

Membership

Board directors Dormer House School, Moreton-in-Marsh, 1995—2000. Member of British Philosophical Association (member constitutional drafting committee since 2001), British Society for Ethical Theory (executive committee member since 1997), Oxfam United States of America, Aristotelian Society, Mind Association (honorary secretary 2001, executive committee member since 1998), American Philosophical Association, Amnesty International.

Connections

Married Jane Dixon, April 5, 1984 (divorced July 16, 2000). Children: Henry, Alexander. Married Jamie Ball, November 16, 2001.

father:
Henry Williamson

mother:
Alice Ingram Hooker

spouses:
Jane Dixon

Jamie Ball

children:
Henry Hooker

Alexander Hooker