Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 2012.
RELS001 (Religions of Asia)
RELS016 (Into The Fire: Religious Sacrifice in Comparative Perspective)
EALC034/RELS184 (What is Taoism)
EALC038/RELS270 (Religion, State, and Society in East Asia)
EALC106/506 (Mapping the Chinese Body)
EALC 131/531 (Introduction to Classical Chinese Thought)
EALC 136/536 (Chinese Martial Arts)
EALC501 (Chinese History and Civilization)
EALC721/722 (Advanced Classical Chinese I&II)
“Naming / Power: Linguistic Engineering and the Construction of Discourse in Early China,” Asian Philosophy 24.4: 313-329.
“Xunzi’s Theory of Ritual Revisited: Reading Ritual as Corporal Technology,” Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy 12.3 (2013): 313-330.
“Imagining the World Beyond: Representations of Heaven and the Netherworld in Early Chinese Religion, a review of Ancestral Memory in Early China by K.E. Brashier and Picturing Heaven in Early China by Lillian Tseng,” Religious Studies Review 39.2 (2013): 59-64.
“Xunzi,” in The Berkshire Dictionary of Chinese Biography, Vol. 1, ed. Kerry Brown, et el. Great Barrington: Berkshire Publishing Group, 136-148.