A curriculum vitae – or “course of life” in Latin – is meant to be a comprehensive representation of one’s academic achievements and other contributions to the public square. Accordingly, below you will find a list of my presentations, writings, and media appearances, among other things. This list is generally limited to “invited” or “accepted” work, anything “self-published” or given within a larger professional role is mostly excluded (with the possible exception of something that commands a notable audience, or that goes above or beyond my job description).
For ease of updating, I have chosen to manage my CV in a database format using AirTable. A more traditional .pdf or paper version is available upon request, or also the AirTable template I created to manage my CV (if you would like to create your own CV database).