• "Love and Evaluative Conflict," European Journal of Philosophy, 2022, Early View

Works in Progress (paper titles and abstracts omitted to facilitate anonymous review)

  • A paper on the temporal and rational nature of grief

  • A paper on Proust, time, and grief

  • A paper on regret's function

  • A paper on Nietzsche as a critic of regret

  • A paper on the ethics and ambiguity of seduction

Recent and Upcoming Presentations

  • 2023 “Love and Evaluative Conflict,” American Philosophical Association (Central Division), Denver, CO

  • 2022 “The Intermittent Heart: Proust and the Temporality of the Emotions,” In Celebration of Marcel Proust: A Workshop, Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature, and the Arts, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

  • 2021 “A Prioritarian Approach to Cultural Inequality in Higher Education,” UNC Charlotte Ethics and Applied Philosophy Graduate Conference, Virtual

  • 2020 “Seduction and the Subversion of Agency,” Columbia/NYU Philosophy Graduate Conference, New York, NY (Canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic)

  • 2020 “Seduction and the Subversion of Agency,” Graduate Philosophy Association Conference on Philosophy of Sex and Love, SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo, NY

  • 2019 “Dismantling Foot’s Master Analogy,” The Legacy of Wittgenstein, Anscombe, and Their Oxbridge Contemporaries, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.

  • 2017 Comments on Matthew Congdon’s “What Is It to Address Someone: Wittgenstein and the Second-Person Standpoint,” Wittgenstein Workshop, The New School, New York, NY