Assistant Professor of Philosophy
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My teaching and research interests range from ancient Greek philosophy to the history of metaphysics, philosophy of religion, continental philosophy, and critical theory broadly. I also translate French philosophy and co-organize the Georgia Ancient Philosophy Seminar [link] which is an annual discussion seminar open to both academics and non-academics. My first book, The Emerging Good in Plato’s Philebus [link] appeared in 2017 with Northwestern University Press and has been reviewed positively. Other of my essays, book reviews, and translations have appeared in Ancient Philosophy; Bryn Mawr Classical Review; Continental Philosophy Review; Epoché; Existenz; Idealistic Studies; Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology; and META.
Education / Degrees
- B.A., Religion, Florida State University (Honors Program), 2005
- Ph.D., Philosophy, Villanova University, 2014