Academic Writing

Papers Presented

“Moving from the Consumption of Native American Sacred Objects to a Stance of Responsibility for the Other.” Presented at the Ways of Knowing Graduate Conference, Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, MA; October 2018.

“The Parable of the City and the Turning of the Perplexed: A Maimonidean Expansion on the Talmudic Tale of the Four who Entered Pardes.” Presented at the Philosophy in the Abrahamic Traditions International Workshop, Denver, CO; June 2018.

Book Reviews

Mystery 101 book coverRichard H. Jones. Mystery 101: An Introduction to the Big Questions and the Limits of Human Knowledge. In Reading Religion, June 2018. The review can be found here.

Master’s Thesis

“Rites of Unknowing: The Apophatic Theurgy of Dionysius the Areopagite and the Role of Apologetic Bias in Dionysian Scholarship.” Iliff School of Theology. Defended May 2017.