ACADEMIC POSITIONS

American University in Bulgaria, Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Spring 2018
Maimonides Centre for Advanced Studies, Universität Hamburg, Fellow, 2015-17
Hannah Arendt Center, Bard College, Associate Fellow, 2015-present
Hannah Arendt Center, Bard College, Postdoctoral Fellow, 2014-15
Bard Prison Initiative, Bard College, Teaching Fellow, 2014-15

EDUCATION

New School for Social Research, Ph.D in Philosophy, 2014

PUBLICATIONS

  • forthcoming. “Love and Augustine.” In Y. Suri and P. Gratton (eds.), The Bloomsbury Companion to Hannah Arendt (Bloomsbury).
  • forthcoming. “Renaissance Skepticism.” In M. Garbi (ed.), Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy (Springer).

BOOK REVIEWS

  • 2016. Review of S. JohnsonAmerican Dionysia: Violence, Tragedy, and Democratic Politics (Cambridge University Press, 2015) in Contemporary Political Theory. 
  • 2016. Review of D. Ambuel, Turtles All the Way Down: On Plato’s Theaetetus, a Commentary and Translation (Academia Verlag, 2015) in Bryn Mawr Classical Review. 

OTHER WRITING

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

May 2017. “Academic Scepticism and the Teachability of Practical Ethics.” International Conference on Scepticism. Universität Hamburg
April 2017. Working Panel, Aristotle and the Nonhuman Other. Annual Conference of the Ancient Philosophy Society, Baylor University
April 2016. “Philosophy in Plato’s Theaetetus,” Annual Conference of the Ancient Philosophy Society, Colby College
December 2015. “Thoughtlessness and Metaphysical Considerations,” Hannah Arendt Conference: Forty Years After, Sciences Politiques
November 2015. “The Metaphysical Truth of Academic Skepticism,” Dialectical Evening at the Maimonides Centre for Advanced Studies
April 2015. “Natality and Its Vicissitudes,” Hannah Arendt Center Lunch Time Talk, Bard College
April 2014. Comments on Professor Robert Metcalf’s “The Situation of Epistemology in Plato’s Theaetetus,” Ancient Philosophy Society

AWARDS

2014. Hans Jonas Memorial Dissertation Award for Philosophy, NSSR
2012-4. University Teaching Fellowship, The New School
2012-3. Holocaust Memorial Dissertation Fellowship, NSSR

COURSES TAUGHT

Ancient Philosophy (The New School)
Introduction to Philosophy (CUNY)
Critical Thinking (NJCU)
Contemporary Moral Issues (NJCU)
The Problem of Socratic Citizenship (Bard)
Greek Translation (Plato and Aristotle) (The New School)
Skeptical Thought in Antiquity (Hamburg)