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Carlie has broad philosophical interests in ethics, aesthetics, philosophy and literature, and feminism. She majored in French and Philosophy at DePaul University in Chicago from 2004-2008. After graduating she taught English in Corsica from 2008-2009, where she also worked on her French and spent time hiking in the maquis. From 2009-2010 she was a student of Philosophy with a focus on the Arts and Aesthetics in the M.A. program at Stony Brook University and then completed the Ph.D. program in Philosophy from 2011-2017. Her dissertation Panorama and Proximity in Levinas and the Stoics examined how Emmanuel Levinas used the Stoic sage as a foil for his ethical ideal while also tracing Stoic aspects of his work. Her publications include a co-translation of Being Nude: The Skin of Images (Fordham University Press, 2014) and a translation of an essay by Jean-Luc Nancy in Carnal Hermeneutics: From Head to Foot (Fordham University Press, 2015).