Presentations

Invited Presentations (Selected):

“What Is a ‘People’? Revolt and the Stakes of Politics.” Edgewood College Philosophy Department, April 9, 2018

“Toward Some Normative Implications of Political Resistance.” Bucknell University Humanities Symposium, April 11, 2017

“Conceptualizing Resistance: The Spaces and Places of Politics.” Wellesley College Philosophy Department, May 10, 2016

“Between Equality and Resistance: An Outline of Fractured Social Holism.” Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities, Vanderbilt University, April 10, 2015

Refereed Conference Presentations (Selected):

“The Deceptions of Silent Authority: Tutor, Legislator, and the Function of Lies.” Twentieth Biennial Meeting of the Rousseau Association, Gainesville, 2017

“Culture, Violence, and Two Moments of Decolonization.” Caribbean Philosophical Association Conference, New York, 2017

“Legitimacy and Revolt: A Realist Alternative.” Association for Social and Political Philosophy Conference, Sheffield, 2017

“Legitimacy and Revolt: A Realist Alternative.” 34th International Social Philosophy Conference, hosted by the North American Society for Social Philosophy, Chicago, 2017

“Clarifying Realism: The Role of Resistance In Legitimacy.” 33rd International Social Philosophy Conference, hosted by the North American Society for Social Philosophy, Ottawa, 2016

“Rousseau Was Right: Democracy, Resistance, & the General Will.” Association for Social and Political Philosophy Conference, London, 2016

“Realism, Resistance, and Democracy.” Association for Social and Political Philosophy Conference, Amsterdam, 2015

“First and Second-Order Public Problems In the Philosophy of John Dewey.” Advancing Public Philosophy Conference, San Francisco, 2015

“Fractured Social Holism: A Pragmatist Political Philosophy of Emancipation.” Emancipation: Challenges at the Intersection of American and European Philosophy, New York City, 2015

“The Sovereignty of Language and the Threat of Revolution in Leviathan.” Meeting of The Radical Philosophy Association at the Central APA, Chicago, 2014

“Ernesto Laclau and the Possibilities of Populism.” XXXI International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Washington, D.C., 2013