I am currently a Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at Howard University, where I teach courses introducing students to philosophy broadly and phenomenology more specifically.

I received my Ph.D. in Philosophy from The University of Memphis in 2022. My dissertation argued for a novel theory of legal interpretivism grounded in a broadly Hegelian social ontology and based on a theory of intercorporeal human dignity. Such a theory of human dignity, I argue, renders the lived experiences of marginalized peoples within a legal community to be legitimate sources of legal norms alongside constitutions, statutes, and caselaw. This project buil…

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