I am an assistant professor of religious studies at Lawrence University, where I teach courses on Buddhist thought and Asian religious traditions.

My research focuses on Tibetan Buddhist philosophy, and I am currently involved in several projects related to the Madhyamaka philosophy of the 15th-century thinker, Gorampa Sonam Senge.

I’m also interested in religion and comics, women and gender minorities in Buddhism, pedagogy, and digital humanities.

When I’m not teaching or writing, I’m probably drinking coffee, riding a bicycle, or brewing beer.