Division of Arts and Humanities
M.A. Philosophy, Miami University, B.A. Psychology and Philosophy, Marquette University
I have been teaching philosophy courses as an adjunct within the Southwestern Ohio Region for two years, at the Mount for a year as an adjunct, and now teach here full time. My philosophical interests relate to identity, embodiment, and exclusion/inclusion utilizing political philosophy, feminist theory, postcolonial theory, and critical race theory. I have presented my work on embodiment, intersubjectivity, and otherness at various philosophy and interdisciplinary conferences such as the "Race, Gender, Class Symposium" three years in a row, "North American Social Philosophy Association" two years in a row, and for the "Black Studies Conference".