I work in a range of interdisciplinary and intercultural areas of thought, from popular to technical and from ancient to contemporary. All of my research examines the complexity of the human condition, the space between memory and hope, the gift and challenge of ethical encounter, and the intricacies of human meaning-making.
Reflections on politics and the human condition for a wide readership
Academic work in philosophies of religion, race, ethics, politics
Academic work in Greek, Islamic, Jewish, and Christian Neoplatonisms
Civic action and intercultural bridge-building for the public good
- Ethics and Embodiment: Early Levinas on Paradox, Pardon, and Pause (in progress- read more here)
- Uncomfortable Virtues: Seven Paths to Better Coexistence (in progress; read more here)
- Hope/less Pardon (in progress; read more here)