Scott Skinner-Thompson is an Associate Professor at University of Colorado Law School, where his research and teaching focuses on constitutional law, civil rights, and privacy law, with particular emphasis on LGBTQ and HIV issues. Bringing together these topics, his new book, Privacy at the Margins, examines how privacy can function as an expressive, anti-subordination tool of resistance to surveillance regimes. His scholarship has been published in the Georgetown Law Journal, Michigan Law Review, Northwestern University Law Review, UC Davis Law Review, and Columbia Law Review Online, and he served as editor of and contributing author to “AIDS and the Law” (Wolters Kluwer, 5th ed., 2016; 6th ed., 2020). His shorter work has appeared in Slate, Salon, The New Republic, Muftah, and elsewhere.
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