• I live in San Antonio with my husband and two children.

    • Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Madison
    • B.A. from Carleton College  

    I have translated works by Nietzsche and Schopenhauer for Cambridge University Press. I am currently co-editing the Cambridge Critical Guide to the World as Will and Representation.

    My research has centered on the history of philosophy and in particularly 19th century German philosophy. I have written on Nietzsche, Schopenhauer, Hegel, Schlegel, Schelling and Marx. My current interest is in public philosophy. I run a program in Philosophy for Children and am helping start a program teaching in prisons.

    • History of Philosophy 1700 - present
    • Continental Philosophy
    • Philosophy for Children

    I am active in community groups involved in social and economic justice organizing, environmental justice, and anti-racism work. I am particularly active in Jewish Voice for Peace.