Ph.D. in Government, University of Virginia
M.A. in Government, University of Virginia
B.A. in Political Science, Lewis & Clark College
Evan specializes in continental philosophy, ethics, and political theory, with particular focuses on democracy and neoliberalism. His current project is an intellectual history and critical analysis of the concept of corruption in political thought.
At Wilmington, Evan teaches courses in philosophy, political science, and global education. His publications and presentations are extremely varied in their content, with recent projects focusing on democratic compromise, the concept of “disruptive innovation,” neocommunism, and Brazilian political movements since 1980.
Evan originally hails from Eugene, Oregon, and when he’s not deep in thought, he enjoys running, hiking, and spending time with his wonderful son, Clement.