I'm a philosopher who primarily specializes in epistemology and the philosophy of religion. I also have a growing interest in African philosophy.
In July 2020 I began a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in the Philosophy Department at the University of Pretoria. The fellowship is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and I am supervised by Thaddeus Metz. In connection with this fellowship I have recently finished my third monograph, Ubuntu and Western Monotheism: An Axiological Investigation (forthcoming, Routledge). This book brings the axiology of theism into conversation with African relational ethics. I have also have a new co-edited anthology (with Jonathan Matheson) coming out soon, Epistemic Autonomy (forthcoming, Routledge).
You can download my CV here.
You can download recent teaching reviews here.
“Toward an African Theory of the Atonement,” The Canadian Society for Christian Philosophers, Annual Meeting, online. University of Alberta. June 2021.
“Anti-Theism and African Communitarianism,” The American Academy of Religion, Pacific Northwest Annual Meeting, online. Accepted for May 2021.
“TBA,” Mini-Conference on the Axiology of Theism. LCC International University and Ryerson University. June 2021.