- (2018–Present) Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham
- (2017–2018) Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Virginia
- (2015–2016) Instructor, Virginia Military Institute
- (2017) Ph.D. in Philosophy: University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
- (2011) M.A. in Philosophy: Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL
- (2009) B.A. in Humanities: Lee University, Cleveland, TN
- (Forthcoming) with Ralph DiFranco “You shouldn’t have laughed! The ethics of derogatory amusement,” in The Moral Psychology of Amusement edited by Brian Robinson, London: Rowman & Littlefield.
- (Forthcoming) “Plato’s Revenge: Moral Deliberation as Dialogical Activity,” Pacific Philosophical Quarterly.
- (2017) “Hybrid Speech Acts: A Theory of Normative Thought and Language that ‘Has it Both Ways’,” European Journal of Philosophy.
- (2017) “Solving the Puzzle of Aesthetic Assertion,” Southwest Philosophy Review.
- (2018) with Ralph DiFranco “When is it ok to laugh? The Ethical Implications of Derogatory Humor” Alabama Philosophical Society
- (2018) with Ralph DiFranco “Slurs, Speech Acts, and Derogatory Soliloquies” Society for Exact Philosophy
- (2016) “Solving the Puzzle of Aesthetic Assertion” Pacific Division of the American Philosophical Association
- (2016) “Solving the Puzzle of Aesthetic Assertion” Southwestern Philosophical Society
- (2015) “Hybrid Speech Acts” University of Connecticut Research Group on Expression, Communication, and Origins of Meaning
- (2015) “Extending Our Sympathies: An Ecofeminist-Humean Response to the Problem of Environmental Apathy” Pacific Division of the American Philosophical Association
COURSES TAUGHT AS PRIMARY INSTRUCTOR
- University of Alabama at Birmingham: Bioethics, Moral Psychology
- University of Virginia: Bioethics, History of Ethics, Moral Psychology, Environmental Ethics, Advanced Ethical Theory, Philosophy of Religion
- Virginia Military Institute: Comparative Religion, Introduction to Ethics