I completed my PhD in Philosophy at Harvard University in Fall 2017. I currently teach at Michigan State University.
My primary areas of research are in ethics and social philosophy, and at their intersection.
My main research project is the search for an adequate moral psychology of our inhumanity to others.
I am also interested in understanding love and wronging, and their significance for ethical theory.
I’m a poet, too. I’m married to Celine Browning, an artist and professor of art.