Former Research Fellow, Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching
Bill English received his PhD in Political Science from Duke University in 2010 and was a Postdoctoral Research Associate with the Political Theory Project at Brown University in 2010-11. He is a political theorist with wide ranging interests in Political Economy, Public Policy, and the Philosophy of Social Science. His dissertation examined the nature of ethical persuasion and its role in institutional change, and his work has been published in the American Political Science Review, the Journal of Theoretical Politics, and Society. As a Lab Fellow from 2011-13, English pursued empirical and normative investigations of institutional corruption; and as a research fellow with the Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching, he examined ethics education and the public role of universities. As of 2015-16, English was working on book project that explored common sources of institutional corruption and outlined strategies for reform.