As a social ethicist and constructive theologian, my writing is rooted in Christian traditions that struggle for the liberation of all people, along with the Earth, from injustice in its multivalent forms.
As an activist, my organizing has primarily manifested itself in the movements for worker justice and LGBT/queer justice.
And as a political strategist, I am committed to helping forge a new “politics against disposability” through which various marginalized communities can recognize shared interests to build solidarity and power.
Emory University (Atlanta)
MDiv: Hebrew Bible and Christian Worship
Union Theological Seminary NYC
AB with Honors: Fundamentals (Great Books program)
The University of Chicago
“To Confess the Fundamental Marian Dogma: Postulating the Doctrine of Mary’s Reproductive Justice”Chapter in Rape Culture and Religious Studies: Critical and Pedagogical Engagements, ed. Rhiannon Graybill, Meredith Minister, and Beatrice Lawrence, forthcoming from Lexington Books
“The Refusal of Work in Christian Ethics and Theology: Interpreting Work from an Anti-Work Perspective”
Journal of Religious Ethics 45.2 (June 2017): 330-361.
“Theological Complicity in the Disappearing of the Working Class"Dialog: A Journal of Theology 55.1 (March 2016), 70-78.
Associate Professor of Religious Studies (previously Assistant Professor)
Emory Center for Interactive Teaching
Digital Pedagogy Consultant
Trinity Lutheran Church of Manhattan
What Is Class and How Does It Work?
Teaching to Address the Cause of Rape Culture: Toxic Masculinity
Multi-Racial Worker Organizing: Effective Disruption of White Supremacy