Associate Professor and Chair
Focuses on 18th-century French literature, Enlightenment political and moral philosophy, colonialism, and critical theory
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His current research explores the animal/human relation as well as intersections between literary fiction and moral and political philosophy in the French Enlightenment. His teaching interests include 18th century French literature, Rousseau, Enlightenment political and moral philosophy, colonialism, and critical theory.
BA: University of Otago
MA: University of Canterbury
PhD: University of California, Irvine
Mellon postdoctoral fellow at Macalester, 2008-09