He earned his M.A. in Humanities from UofL in 2008 with concentrations in Philosophy and Religious Studies.
Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Division of Humanities at University of Louisville.
He taught previously at Indiana University – Southeast between 2006-2010.
Figures and Fields of Interest
Eastern thought and religion, literature, meditation, psychology, sociology, mental illness, mysticism, culture and phenomenology.
“Beyond Poetry and Magick: The Core Elements of Wiccan Morality.” Journal of Contemporary Religion (2007). “Associative/dissociative cognitive strategies in sustained physical activity: literature review and proposal for a mindfulness-based conceptual model.” Sports Psychologist. (2010) Co-author with P Salmon and S. Hanneman.
Other biographical information
He has taught a wide variety of courses reflecting his scholarship, including Ethics, Logic, Philosophy, Religions of the East, World Religion, Religion and Literature, World Literature Ancient - Present.