- BA, Philosophy, St. Mary's College
- MA, Philosophy, Fordham University
Area of Specialization: Ancient Greek Philosophy
Areas of Competence: Metaphysics, Early Modern Philosophy, Medieval Philosophy
Dissertation: “Plato’s Theory of Sensible Particulars,” directed by Jan Szaif.
"Compulsion to Rule in Plato's Republic," Apeiron 46:1 (December 2012), 63-84.
Refereed Conference Proceedings:
“Mixing Motion and Rest: Relations among Kinds in Plato’s Sophist,” Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter (forthcoming).
“We Should Always Call the Receptacle the Same Thing,” Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter 13:3 (2013), 13-21.
“The Republic’s Reluctant Rulers,” Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter 12:3 (2012), 5-15.
Provost's Dissertation Year Fellowship in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (2012-13)
Michael V. Wedin Teaching Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching (2012)
Departmental Good Citizenship Award (2012)
Graduate Student Research Fellowship (spring 2010, spring 2012)
Introduction to Philosophy (2010, 2011)
Critical Reasoning (2008, 2009)
History of Philosophy, Ancient
History of Philosophy, Modern
Greek and Latin Elements in English Vocabulary (Classics)
Introduction to Philosophy