Chase Padusniak joined Princeton's Department of English Literature in 2015. His primary research interests include mystical texts and dream visions, especially in the English and Germanic traditions, Middle English poetry, Critical Theory, Hermeneutics, and Phenomenology. In addition to his academic pursuits, Chase spends time working on creative projects such as films and short fiction.
“Breyfogle: On Creativity, Liberty, Love, and the Beauty of the Law” (review), in Augustinian Studies (forthcoming).
“‘No wonder, then, that love itself disappears’: Neighbor-Love in Žižek and Meister Eckhart” in Slavoj Žižek and Christianity, ed. Sotiris Mitralexis and Dionysios Skliris.