BA from Wesleyan University, 1998
PhD from the University of Chicago, 2012
Spring 2021 Courses:
PHIL 103: Ethics
Fundamental issues in moral philosophy and their application to contemporary life.
PHIL 217: Topics: Marxism
Introduces students to philosophy through a specific theme or topic. Students investigate how philosophy is represented and enacted in a specific area as well as by participating in its enactment. Possible topics include philosophy and existentialism, philosophy and Latin America, philosophy and literature, philosophy and race, gender, class.
My research and teaching interests are in ethical theory, applied ethics, practical reason, deductive and inductive logic, Hegelian dialectics, Marx, philosophy of history, philosophy of technology, and philosophy of film.