Book Chapters

 
“Becoming Living Works of Art: A Phenomenology of Liturgy.” In The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and 
            Theology. Edited by Joseph Rivera and Joseph O’Leary. London: Routledge, forthcoming 2021.
“Improvisation as Spiritual Exercise: The Improvisational Virtues of Empathy, Humility, and Trust.” In 
            Authentic Connection: Music, Spirituality, and Wellbeing. Edited by Karin S. Hendrick and June Boyce 
            Tillman. Bern: Peter Lang, forthcoming 2021.
“Taking Responsibility for Letting Go: The Improvisation of Responding to the Call.” In Improvisation: On the 
            Competence of Not Being in Control. Edited by Susanne Ravn, Simon Høffding, and James McGuirk. 
            London: Routledge, forthcoming 2021.
“Improvisational Phronesis: The Interplay of Aesthetics and Ethics.” In The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy 
            of Improvisation in the Arts. Edited by Marcello Ruta and Alessandro Bertinetto. London: Routledge, 
            forthcoming 2021.
Improvisation.” In The Oxford Handbook of Western Music and Philosophy. Edited by Tomas McAuley, Nanette 
Nielsen, and Jerrold Levinson. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020.
“Where is the Philosophical/Theological Rubicon?: Toward a Radical Rethinking of ‘Religion.’” In 
Transforming the Theological Turn: Debates with Emmanuel Falque. Edited by Martin Koci and Jason Alvis. 
Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2020.
“How Continental Philosophy of Religion Came into Being and Where It’s Going.” In The Catholic Reception of 
Continental Philosophy and Catholicism in North America. Edited by Gregory Floyd and Stephanie Rumpza. 
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020.
“Introduction: God as Challenge: The Past and Future of Continental Philosophy of Religion.” In The Challenge 
of God: Continental Philosophy and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition. Edited by Colby Dickinson, Hugh 
Miller, and Kathleen McNutt. London: T&T Clark, 2020.
“The Two-Fold Task of Christian Philosophy.” In Christian Philosophy: Conceptions, Continuations, and Challenges. 
Edited by J. Aaron Simmons. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.
“Indeterminacy, Gadamer, and Jazz.” In The Significance of Indeterminacy: Perspectives from Asian and Continental 
Philosophy. Edited by Robert H. Scott and Gregory S. Moss. London: Routledge, 2018.
“Friedrich Nietzsche.” In Religion and European Philosophy: Key Thinkers from Kant to Žižek. Edited by Philip 
Goodchild and Hollis Phelps. London: Routledge, 2017.
“In the Beginning, There Was Improvisation.” In The Oxford Handbook of Critical Improvisation Studies, vol. 2. 
Edited by George Lewis and Ben Piekut. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
“Have Reports of Phenomenology’s Death Been Greatly Exaggerated?” In Phenomenology for the Twenty-First
Century: Current Trends and Constructive Trajectories. Edited by J. Edward Hackett and J. Aaron Simmons. 
New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

 

Articles:

“Resisting ‘Forgiveness Oppression’: Fake Apologies, No Apologies, and Silent Victims,” part of a special 
            issue “Phenomenology of the Victim” in Philosophy Today (forthcoming, 2021).
“Is There Such a Thing as Religious Experience? In Search of the Roots of Spirituality,” Open Theology 6 (2020): 693-705.
“The Primacy of Liturgy in Christianity,” Religious Studies, DOI: 10.1017/S0034412520000190, 2020.
“Autonomous Interruptus: On Faith and Authority.” Syndicate Journal (2019).
“Making Room for Heteronomy: On Autonomy and Authority.” Syndicate Journal (2019).
“Always Believing: How to Keep Crossing the Rubicon.” Syndicate Journal (2018).
“The Kingdom of Heaven as Endless Hermeneutic: A Phenomenology of the Way,” Sophia: International Journal 
of Philosophy and Traditions 56 (2017): 59-67.