Washburn University: Assistant Professor, 2013-present
University of Wisconsin-Madison – Ph.D.
The Classical Tradition, Religion and Literature, The English Renaissance, Classical Rhetoric and its afterlife, Shakespeare, Thomas More, Ethics, Classical and Medieval Philosophy, the History and Philosophy of Education, and Epistemology.
“The Art of Persuasion and Shakespeare’s Two Iagos,” Studies in Philology, forthcoming.
“‘Colour’ that Fails ‘To Set’: Unethical Persuasion and the Nature of Rhetoric in More’s History of King Richard III,” Moreana 49 (December 2012): 189-212.
“The Subordination of Humanism: Young More’s ‘Profitable’ Work, The Life of John Picus.” Moreana 47 (June 2010): 23-44.