Ph.D., Philosophy, State University of New York at Binghamton
M.A., Philosophy, State University of New York at Binghamton
B.A., Philosophy and Religion, Truman State University
- Courses this Semester
- PL 101-50
- Regularly Taught Courses
- Introduction to Philosophy
Life, Love, Liberty
Race and Ethnicity
Gender and Global Culture
- Research Interests
Decolonial Theory and Ethics
Latinix and Latin American Philosophy
- Scholarly Articles
2019 – “Toward a Decolonial Ethics.” Speaking Face to Face/Hablando Cara a Cara: The Visionary Philosophy of María Lugones. Ed. Pedro DiPietro, Ed. Jennifer McWeeney, Ed. Shireen Roshanravan. Albany: SUNY Press. 175-196.
2018 – “The Chicanx Movement and Philosophy: Recovering Patrick Carey-Herrera’s Chicanismo: Hypothesis, Thesis, and Argument: Seven Essays Concerning the Essentials of Chicano Thought and Behavior.” Inter-American Journal of Philosophy. 9(2): 58-75.
- Presentations/Invited Talks
2019 – Critical Thinking Educators and Administrators Academy
2019 – “Border, Race, and Ethics.” Sixth Biennial Interdisciplinary Conference on Race, November 16.
2019 – “What Does It Mean to Decolonize Masculinity?” Unveiling Inequality and Gender-Based Violence: A Global Policy Symposium, June 7.
2018 – “Teaching Political Economy and Philosophy of Liberation in Intro Classes via the Simple Corn Game.” Twenty-Second Biennial American Association of Philosophy Teachers International Workshop-Conference on Teaching Philosophy, July 28.
2018 – “The Ethics of Decoloniality.” Toward Decolonial Feminisms Conference, May 13.
2017 – “Towards an Ethics of Resistance.” Society of Mexican American Philosophy Conference, Texas A&M University, May 20.
- Professional Associations
American Philosophical Association
American Association of Philosophy Teachers
American Studies Association
Society for Mexican American Philosophy
Radical Philosophy Association
National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies
2019 - Candidate, Distinguished Teaching Award