“Beyond Tolerance: Karl Popper and J.S. Mill on White Nationalism and the ‘Unite the Right’ Rally”, published in the June 2018 edition of Canada’s undergraduate journal of Philosophy, Pensées Canadiennes, pp. 25-46.
“Moral Luck, Poor Upbringing, and The Virtue of Indomitability in Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics“, awarded in the “Highly Commended” category of the Undergraduate Awards 2017 and subsequently published online in the Undergraduate Library.
“On The Power of Narrative“, selected for publication in the 2017 edition of the Quebec Universities English Undergraduate Conference (QUEUC) journal.
“A Survey of Plausibility in Personal Identity Theory“, selected to be presented at the 2016 International Undergraduate Philosophy of Mind Conference (University of Toronto, March) and at the Dominican United College Undergraduate Conference in Ottawa, 2016.
“Ordinary Madness: Sub-Clinical Symptoms and the Moral Dilemma for Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental Disorder”, selected to be presented at the Regarding (Un)Certainty Conference at Concordia University in Montreal, in May 2019.