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Mr Wayne Williams

Biography Wayne Williams is a senior lecturer in the School of Politics and International Studies at the University of Hull. He has taught philosophy, political philosophy and ethics at the University since 1998 and his primary research interests are in metaethics, nonhuman animal and environmental philosophy, and critical terrorism studies.

In recent years he has chaired sessions on non-human animal ethics at Oxford University, been an invited panel member in a national debates series on the ethics of vivisection, chaired local, live-streamed hustings for General Election (UK) candidates and presented and published papers on non-human animal ethics, metaethics, academic freedom and terrorism.
Teaching and Learning Undergraduate

Moral Philosophy
Animals Ethics: Philosophy, Politics and Law
Terrorism, War and Ethics
The Politics and Philosophy of the Environment
Introduction to Political Ideologies
Introduction to Comparative Politics


Philosophical Texts and Theories
Contemporary Terrorism Studies
Power and the State in International Politics
Challenges in International Politics