EDUCATION M.A. Philosophy, Boston College (2018) B.A. Philosophy and History, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (2016) A.S. History, Volunteer State Community College (2014)

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION Social and Political Philosophy (especially Marxism, Anarchism, and Poststructuralist Political Philosophy); 19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy (especially Michel Foucault)

OTHER AREAS OF INTEREST Modern Western Philosophy; Ancient Western Philosophy; Ancient Indian Buddhism; Ancient and Modern Skepticism (East and West); Philosophy of Language.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

“Subversive Fascism: An Ontological Contradiction” – at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (November 8, 2017)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“Pandemic Panics of ’01: How Anarchist and Jihadi Terrorism Made the U.S. Fear Itself” – co-presentation with Abolfazl Sotoudeh-Sherbaf, at the Eastern Sociological    Society Conference (February 22-25, 2018)

 “The Politics of Presence: A Reading of Power in Différance” – at the North Georgia Student Philosophy Conference (April 21-22, 2017)

“A-Systematic Deconstruction: Post-Anarchism as a Methodology” – at the North Georgia Student Philosophy Conference (April 22-23, 2016)

“Through the Lens of Post-Anarchism: Iran” – at Southeastern Tennessee Regional Student History Conference (April 14,       2016)

“Through the Lens of Post-Anarchism: The Middle East” – at the National Center for Undergraduate Research (April 7-9, 2016)

“The Relationship Between Capitalism and the State: A Critique of Marxism” – at the North Georgia Student Philosophy Conference (March 27-28, 2015)