Curriculum Vitae

Area of Specialization:
Nineteenth-century philosophy
Social and political philosophy

Area of Concentration:
Continental philosophy
Philosophy of nature
Latinx philosophy
History of philosophy

Education:
Ph.D. Philosophy (2020), Emory University
Dissertation title: Metaphysics Without Ontology: Hegel, Schelling, and Marx on Reason’s Accountability Gap                                                                                                                

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
“Metaphysics’ Accountability Gap: Hegel and Schelling on Reason’s Authority,” in Idealistic Studies 50, no. 1 (2020): 51-73.  

Journal Articles Under Review 
“Hegel’s Philosophy of Decadence.” Hegel Bulletin.

Public Scholarship Publications 
“Our Age of Institutional Decadence.” American Philosophical Association Blog. Public
Scholarship Series. https://blog.apaonline.org/2020/10/26/our-age-of-institutional-decadence/.

Conference and Presentations
“Our Age of Institutional Decadence.”
Emory Diversifying Graduate Education (EDGE)
Emory University
Online, 2020

“Liberation, Aesthetics, Nature”
Philosophies of Liberation Encuentro
Bowie State University
Online, 2020

“Was Schelling’s the Original Critique of Metaphysics?”
Society for Phenomenology and Existentialist Philosophy
Toronto, Canada, 2020 [postponed due to Covid]

“Marx on Natural Decay”
Society for the History of Philosophy
Salt Lake City, Utah, 2020 [postponed due to Covid]

Commentary
Paper: “Why Hegel’s Philosophy of Nature”
Colloquium on Hegel
APA Eastern Division
Philadelphia, PA, 2020

“Liberation and Class: Where do We Stand Today?
Philosophies of Liberation: Encuentro
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, 2019

“Can Hegel Teach Us How to Sense?”
Hegel, Religion, Politics: Issues and Actuality
Saint Paul University, Ottawa, 2016

“Undoing the Kantian Knot: Geography, Anthropology, and Universal History”                                          PhiloSOPHIA
Emory University
Atlanta, GA, 2016

“Marx, Ecological Sustainability, and Commodification”
Philosophy of the City
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana
Mexico City, Mexico, 2015

Languages
Spanish (native speaker)
English (fluent)
German (upper intermediate)
French (intermediate)

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