A little about me: I was born and raised in Ogden, Utah and received my BA in physics and philosophy at Utah State University. I later went to Texas A&M and received my MA in philosophy. From there, I received my PhD at Marquette University. Currently, I’m an assistant professor (LTA) at Dalhousie University. Anything else? Just ask. I’m always happy to discuss.
My primary philosophical interests are a minority in philosophy: the philosophy of sexuality and love. Since it’s such a broad topic, I incorporate and learn anything I can get my hands on: marriage, gender issues, sexual orientation, pornography, the psychology of love, feminism, friendship, relationships in general, sexism and anything else pertaining to love issues. I also am interested in ethics, public policy issues, and effective ways to make our communities flourish. My ideas are my own and are not necessarily the opinions of my employer.
Outside of academia, I like to travel, practice my martial arts (Kuk Sool Won), play my violin, and try out new coffee shops where I’m at. Indeed, I have an or Instagram account that focuses on my coffee experiences along with my research.
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