AOS: Social and Political Philosophy, Normative Ethics
AOC: History of Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Applied Ethics
2016-2017 Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
PhD in Philosophy, Bowling Green State University (August 2016)
Dissertation: “Natural Rights and Convention”
Committee: Fred Miller (supervisor), Albert Dzur, Eric Mack, Kevin Vallier
B.S. in Political Science and Philosophy, Belmont University (2009)
2017 “Rights Forfeiture Theorists Should Embrace the Duty View of Punishment,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy 95 (2): 317-327.
2017 “The Conventionalist Challenge to Natural Rights Theory,” Social Theory and Practice (forthcoming).
2015 “Non-Aristotelian Political Animals,” History of Philosophy Quarterly 32 (4): 293-311.
2013 “A Feminist Defense of the Unity of the Virtues,” Philosophia 41 (3): 693-702.
University of Illinois
PHIL 107: Introduction to Political Philosophy (Fall 2016)
PHIL 214: Biomedical Ethics (Spring 2017)
PHIL 250: Conceptions of Human Nature (Fall 2016, Spring 2017)
PHIL 421: Ethical Theories (Fall 2016)
PHIL 436: Philosophy of Law and of the State (Spring 2017)
Bowling Green State University
PHIL 1010: Introduction to Philosophy (Fall 2015, Fall 2012)
PHIL 1020: Introduction to Ethics (Spring 2013)
PHIL 2180: Philosophy of Law (Spring 2016, Fall 2014)
PHIL 2270: Philosophy of Punishment (Spring 2014)
Adam Smith Fellowship (2015-2016)
Humane Studies Fellowship (2010-2016; renewed each year)
Institute for Humane Studies Summer Graduate Research Fellowship (Summer 2015)
“A Feminist Defense of the Unity of the Virtues” at the Indiana Philosophical Association Fall Meeting, November 16, 2012.
Spring 2015: Visiting Scholar at the Freedom Center at the University of Arizona
Assistant Coordinator, Bowling Green Workshop on Self-Defense, April 2013
Assistant Coordinator, Bowling Green Workshop on Manipulation, March 2012
Assistant Coordinator, Bowling Green Workshop on Freedom, Morality, and Paternalism, April 2011