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Humanities educator

Kathleen Ann Hull, American humanities educator. Recipient Art of Teaching prize, National Education Association, 2001, Faculty award for teaching excellence, New York University, 2002, Helen LaPage and William Hale Chamberlain prize, Drew University, 1996; Johns Hopkins University fellow.


Hull, Kathleen Ann was born on January 12, 1956 in Louisville. Daughter of Richard Ostrander and Eileen (Powers) Hull.


Bachelor in History and Philosophy of science, McGill University, 1978. Master of Arts in Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy in Theological and religious studies (honorary), Drew University, 1996.


Research associate Center for Health Policy Studies, Columbia, Maryland, 1981—1983. Assistant to the headmistress The Barnard School, New York City, 1983—1985. Adjunct assistant professor Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey, 1992—1996.

Adjunct associate professor New York University, New York City, since 1996. Lecturer in field.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor numerous articles to professional.jours.


Volunteer union organizing committee New York University ACT-United Auto Workers, New York City, 2000—2002. Member of American Association of University Professors (chapter vice president 2000-2002, chapter co-president since 2002), Society for Women in Philosophy, Society for Advancement of America Philosophy, Association for Core Texts and Courses, American Philosophical Association.


Married Ernest G. Jacob, April 23, 1983. 1 child Allison Jacob.

Richard Ostrander Hull

Eileen (Powers) Hull

Ernest G. Jacob

Allison Jacob Hull