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Advisor, Assistant Professor
Philosophy
College of Arts and Sciences
Expertise 
19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy, Critical Race Theory, Post Colonialism, Aesthetics
Courses Taught 
PHIL 243-19th Century Continental Philosophy
PHIL 332-Contemporary Philosophy
PHIL 347-Phenomenology and Hermeneutics
PHIL 364-Critical Race Theory
PHIL 386-Nietzsche
Research Interests 
Post-Raciality, Memory and Memorial Aesthetics, Reconciliation Politics, Prison Abolition, African Genocide, Necro-Politics and is a founding member of the Genocide Research Group with affiliated faculty of the African and African American Studies Program.
Education 

Ph.D. (Philosophy) University of Oregon, 2012

MA (Philosophy) San Jose State University, 2005

BA (Philosophy) San Jose State University, 2003

BA (Psychology) San Jose State University, 2003

Selected Publications 

“Sorrow as the Longest Memory of Neglect,” Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 28 (2) 2014

“The Violence of Post Racial Memory,” Contemporary Aesthetics, 12, 2013

 

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