Hello All, It’s been nearly a year since I updated this site, and so a few things are in order. I’m happy to say that last Fall I began doctoral studies at McMaster University in the Religious Studies department, and a few pieces of writing have come out since that I’m excited about (most… Continue reading Update
Hi All, Looking forward to presenting next week at the Mennonite Graduate Student Conference VII, the theme of which is “Power in Perspective(s).” My paper is called “The Critique of Power: Epistemological Foundations in Modernity,” and there are many more to choose from. The conference schedule and details can be found here. Max
My talk is titled “Appearing to Change: The Critique of Heidegger in Catherine Malabou and Michel Henry.”
There are a few updates on ongoing work that I thought I should post as 2015 draws to a close. 1. Zwickau Press work has been on hold since Gerald Ens’ book Boundaries Thick and Permeable came out early in 2015 (available for purchase on Amazon). In January I will begin editing Isaiah Ritzmann’s book More Than Atonement: Anabaptist Mennonite Discipleship Ecclesiology and… Continue reading Projects in Progress
There are a few new projects in the works that I should note for those who pass by. 1. Gerald Ens’ book Boundaries Thick and Permeable is available for purchase on Amazon. It’s the first print title offered by Zwickau Press, with more to follow. The next two titles that we aim to release later this… Continue reading New Projects on the Horizon
I have finally completed writing my masters thesis, titled “We Have Never Been Secular: The Concept of the Secular and the Dutch Collegiants in the Radical Enlightenment”. For more on the Collegiants see here. I will probably be defending in early August, and here is the abstract: The following study examines the history of the… Continue reading MTS Thesis
The new issue of Parrhesia is out, including a review I wrote called “The Recovery of the One.” Take a look here.
The second Zwickau Press title has been published, with a press release here, and an Amazon link here!
Hi All, This is just an update on two upcoming speaking engagements in the new year. I’ll also follow up soon with some more book reviews as I get them. 1. The Centre for Advanced Research in European Philosophy is holding a conference on the work of Jean-Luc Marion from March 27th-29th 2015, at which… Continue reading Two Conference Updates: Mennonites Writing IV & Jean-Luc Marion
Readers of this excuse for a blog, you are to the first Theological Studies Graduate Student Colloquium at Conrad Grebel University College. During the Fall and Winter terms we will be hosting monthly presentations of scholarly material, by graduate students and other scholars, followed by questions and discussion. Our first presentation will take place on… Continue reading Graduate Student Colloquium Series