Ph.D., Tulane University, 2015
M.A., Catholic University of America, 2010
B.A., St. John's College, Annapolis, 2004
Areas of Specialization
- Ethics and Politics in Ancient Philosophy
- Women in Plato and Aristotle
Areas of Competence
- Aristotle's Biology
Other Academic Interests
- Phenomenology, existentialism, metaphysics
- Ancient Greek literature and history
- Politics of difference feminism
- Ways of Inquiry, Honors Program (Spring 2015)
- Freshman Seminar, Honors Program (Fall 2012-2015)
- "Housecleaning and Heidegger: A Defense of the Thoughtfulness of Domestic Work," The Hedgehog Review, Institute of Advanced Culture Studies at the University of Virginia (2016).
- "Women as Readers of Plato's Republic: from Axiothea to Julia Ward Howe," 2016 Association of Core Texts and Courses.
- "The Woman Question in Republic V," Society for the History of Political Philosophy, APA Eastern Division, January 2016.
- "The City of Pigs and the Feverish City: Plato's Notion of Hunting in Pre-Civilization and the Polis," Collaborative Symposium for Archeology and Philosophy, Tulane University, December 2015.