I am a graduate student in the Department of Religion at Temple University.

My research interests include new religious movements (esp. western esotericism), religion & ecology, Asian philosophies & religions, and continental philosophy (mostly 20th and 21st Centuries). My primary methodology is the philosophy and phenomenology of religion.

The primary focus of my research is nonduality. I am interested in exploring how nonduality is understood in both 'eastern' and 'western' religious and philosophical traditions, as well as its more specific implications for the study of ecology and consciousness.

My research in new religious movements…

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