BA, Philosophy and Cultural Studies - Trent University
MA, Philosophy - Ryerson University (Major Research Paper: Freedom in Sartre and Merleau-Ponty)
Phenomenology, 20th-Century Continental Philosophy
Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophical Psychology, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Environmental Ethics, Critical Theory, Existentialism, Early Modern Philosophy
Shaun Gallagher, Mary Beth Mader
"There is No Good Answer: The Role of Responsibility in Sartre's Ethical Theory." Sartre Studies International (forthcoming).
"Merleau-Ponty" The Encyclopedia of Social Theory, Wiley Blackwell (with Shaun Gallagher; forthcoming).
There is No Good Answer: The Role of Responsibility in Sartre's Ethical Theory. Presented at Diverse Lineages of Existentialism, St. Louis, June 2014
"Do not ask me who I am and do not ask me to remain the same:" Foucault's Discontinuous Subject in The Archaeology of Knowledge. Presented at The Canadian Society For Continental Philosophy, Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto, October 2013
Activity, Passivity and Original Choice: Responding to a Merleau-Pontean Critique of Sartrean Freedom. Presented at the bi-ennial meeting of the North American Sartre Society, Univeristy of Windsor, October 2013
Self-Portraits and Nametags: An Interactive Workshop on Questions of The Self. Presented at Philopolis: Guelph, University of Guelph, March 2012
Choosing, Writing, and Freedom (with Jehangir Saleh). Presented at Ryerson – Concordia Graduate Conference on Maurice Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology of Perception, November 2011
A Difference Between Worlds: Thinking the Human/Animal Distinction along with Merleau-Ponty. Presented at Ryerson – Concordia Graduate Conference on the Human/Animal Distinction, April 2011
Courses taught at the University of Memphis
Environmental Ethics (ONLINE).
Values and the Modern World
Courses taught at Ryerson University
Ideas That Shape The World 1 (Contemporary Canada)
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