M.A. Philosophy, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2015
B.A. Philosophy and Literature, (Summa Cum Laude), University of New Mexico, 2012
Current Research Interests
Areas of Specialty: Philosophical Psychology
Areas of Competence: Bioethics (especially relating to mental illness), Continental Philosophy, Psychoanalysis, Moral Psychology
“Breakdowns of Self: Living With Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder”
- Ancient & Medieval Philosophy (Teaching Assistant for Dr. Susan Bredlau), Emory University, Fall 2016
- Philosophy of Race and Film (Co-taught with Dr. George Yancy), Emory University, Spring 2017
Instructor of Record:
- (PHIL 116) Introduction to Bioethics, Emory University, Summer 2021 (Online).
- (PHIL 285) Special Topics: Philosophy of Mental Health and Illness, Emory University, Spring 2021.
- (PHIL 116) Introduction to Bioethics, Emory University, Spring 2020.
- (PHIL 115) Introduction to Ethics, Emory University, Spring 2018.
- (PHIL 117) Contemporary Moral Issues, Emory University, Fall 2017.
- “Ascending Bone and Descending Flesh: Georgia O’Keeffe and Francis Bacon on the Human Body and the Animal Spirit” Collegium Phaenomenologicum Participants Conference, Città di Castello, Italy, (2017)
- Climate and Culture Liaison, Emory Department of Philosophy, (2017)
- Conference Co-Organizer, Emory Philosophy Speaker Series, (2016-2017)
- Secretary, Graduate Philosophy Society at Emory, (2016-2017)
- Primary Conference Organizer, 8th Annual Stony Brook University Philosophy and the Arts Conference “Outsides” (2015)
- Panel Respondent, 7th Annual Stony Brook University Philosophy and the Arts Conference “Facades” (2014)
- “Rational Knowledge and Irrational Action: Akrasia and Psychic Trauma” Emory University (2019)
- “PTSD and the Limits of Knowing Oneself” Emory University (2018)
- “Temporal Exile and the Body in a Crypt: Levinas and Kristeva on the Ethics of Loneliness” Emory University (2017)
- Melon Interventions Project Public Scholarship Fellow (2020-2021)
- Emory Graduate Diversity Fellowship, (2015-2020)
- Ronald E. McNair/Research Opportunity Scholar, University of New Mexico, (2011-2012)