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Prior Education Background
PhD, University of Virginia (2016)
MAR, Yale Divinity School (2008)
BA, Pepperdine University (2006)
Feminist, Womanist, or Mujerista Ethics
Fundamental Moral Theology
“Property and Ownership,” in The Routledge Handbook of Economic Theology, edited by Stefan Schwarzkopf. Routledge (2020).
“Heterodox Economics, Social Ethics, and Inequality: New Tools for Thinking Critically about Markets and Economic Injustices,” Journal of Religious Ethics 47.2 (2019).
“Is Capitalism Compatible with Christianity?” Essay on Kathryn Tanner’s Christianity and the New Spirit of Capitalism, in Marginalia: Los Angeles Review of Books (November 2019).
“Riba and Usury: A Comparison of Two Arguments about Moral Finance,” Journal of Religion and Society Supplement 16 (2018).
“How Do We Talk about Problems in The Market when There is No ‘The Market’?” Essay on Harvey Cox’s The Market as God, Syndicate Theology symposium (June 2018).
“Rethinking Moral Agency in Markets: A Book Discussion on Behavioral Economics,” Journal of Religious Ethics 44.1 (March 2016).
Professional Activities and Affiliations
Visiting Research Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia, 2020
Catholic Theological Society of America
Society of Christian Ethics
American Academy of Religion
CST: Why are We Hiding Our Light Under a Bushel? (With some notes on the US Program of Priestly Formation)