Profile: Elizabeth Hull

Chair and Professor

Faculty
Department of Political Science, Graduate Program in American Studies, Program in Women's and Gender Studies
  • Courses Taught

    Constitutional Law; Civil Liberties; Contemporary Constitutional Issues; Administrative Law; Problems in American Government.

  • Education

    BA  Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA

    Ph.D. Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research

  • Publications

    The Disenfranchisement of  Ex-Felons. Philadelphia, Pa.: Temple University Press, 2006, 250 pp

    Taking Liberties: National Barriers to the Free Flow of Ideas. New York/London/Westport. Praeger, 1990. 173 pp. 

    Without Justice of All: Constitutional Rights of Aliens. Westport, Ct. Greenwood Press. 1985. 226 pp.

  • Awards

    2002  Recipient, Henry J. Browne Award for Teaching Excellence – presented by Alumni Association, University College

    1999 – Nominated for Warren Sussman Award for Teaching

    May 20, 1999 - One of four professors at NCAS awarded a Teaching Excellence Center Faculty

    November 1991   Recipient of The Gustavus Myers Center  1991 award for Outstanding Book on the subject of human rights in the United States (for Taking Liberties: National Barriers to the Free Flow of Ideas)

    Fellowship

    1987:  Recipient, Graduate School Research Award ($1000)

    Spring 1984: Recipient Graduate School Research Fund ($1500)

     

  • Expertise

    Public law; 14th Amendment; minority rights.

  • 973-353-5105
  • eahull@rutgers.edu
  • Room 713, Hill Hall

  • By Appointment.