William J. Morgan

Professor in Social and Cultural Foundations
School of Educational Policy and Leadership
The Ohio State University

William Morgan is a Professor in the School of Physical Activity and Educational Services. His research interests are in the areas of ethics and critical political theory as it relates to sports and popular culture; the moral significance of sport and its political potential to be a progressive force in democratic societies; private-public distinction and its moral and political ramifications for modern sports. He has published numerous books and co-edited several collections of essays, including Ethics in Sport (2001), Philosophic Inquiry in Sport (1995), and Leftist Theories of Sport: A Critique and Reconsideration (1994).  In addition, Professor Morgan has served on the editorial boards of several major journals and was editor of the Journal of the Philosophy of Sport from 1994-1998.