Benjamin G Gregg
Currently visiting professor at the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics in the Department of Philosophy, University of Oxford. In 2019, returns to the University of Texas at Austin to teach social and political theory. Has served as visiting professor in China (Beijing), Japan (Tokyo and Hokkaido), Austria (Innsbruck and Linz), Germany (Frankfurt/Oder) and, this November, Brazil (Goiânia). In addition to over 40 peer-reviewed articles, has authored four books: Thick Moralities, Thin Politics (Duke UP, 2003), Coping in Politics with Indeterminate Norms (SUNY, 2003), Human-Rights as Social Construction (Cambridge UP, 2012), and The Human Rights State (U of Pennsylvania Press, 2016). At Oxford, is completing a book in bioethics, titled Human Nature as Cultural Design: The Political Challenge of Genetic Engineering. Has delivered invited lectures on this project in Western Europe, North and South America, and East Asia.