I'm a student of analytic philosophy pursuing a life of active contemplation.
AOI: Epistemology; secondary interests in metaphysics and ethics
Since graduating from Pepperdine University with a B.A. in Philosophy (2015), I've interned at Yad Vashem World Holocaust Center in Jerusalem, worked for the Museum of Tolerance in LA, started learning ballet, read a lot, and begun preparing my graduate applications. In addition to philosophy proper and the development of a more inclusive and accessible discipline, I'm interested in intercultural dialogue, social justice (esp. regarding genocide), and environmental stewardship. I'm currently pursuing an M.A. in Holocaust Studies while I prepare my applications for philosophy Ph.D. programs.
Review of Linda Zagzebski's Epistemic Authority: A Theory of Trust, Authority, and Autonomy in Belief (OUP 2012), written with Tomas Bogardus. American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly (2014)