Written for Fr. Dennis McManus in his Holocaust Autobiography course at Georgetown in spring of 2021
Written for Fr. Dennis McManus’s “Holocaust Autobiography” course at Georgetown in Spring 2021. Deals with the narrative of Holocaust survivor and Sonderkommando Shlomo Venezia.
A short consideration of mental health and the role of philosophical thinking during the COVID-19 Crisis
Bring in the clowns!
A stream of consciousness piece about my experience living with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Written for a college-level course at Boston University as a rising high school senior. Critiques and reworking of this piece will come at a later date.
Originally published on listed date, but tweaked over the years to clarify thoughts and and fine-tune work
Written on Albert Camus’ The Stranger for a philosophy course at Boston University. Follows the prompt, “engage with the contention that Meursault is honest.”
Poem written in 2019
Stream-of-consciousness, written in 2019