J.M. Hall J.M. Hall

J.M. Hall is a visiting lecturer in philosophy at Muskingum University. Since earning his Ph.D. in 2012 from Vanderbilt University, he has secured a book contract as co-editor for Philosophy Imprisoned, an anthology on philosophy classes in prison. He has also published over a dozen peer-reviewed journal articles. His non-academic work includes a chapbook collection entitled Bachata Adobe published by RedOchreLiT, and fifty individual poems, some of which appear in The Montucky Review, Shampoo, and Euphony. J.M. Hall also has twenty years’ experience as a dancer, instructor and choreographer.

{Commentary} Kierkegaard’s Dancing “Knight of Faith”

To commemorate Soren Kierkegaard's birthday, J.M. Hall takes a playful leap of the imagination by connecting dance with the central ideas in the works of the famous Dane.

Commentary, Culture

ZOUCH Close-up: {Interview} with David Dorfman

In celebration of April 29, International Dance Day, Zouch contributor J.M. Hall interviews David Dorfman, of David Dorfman Dance.

Artists, Entertainers, Interviews

{Review} Sly Silly Creativity: Dorfman’s “Prophets of Funk”

J.M. Hall reviews David Dorfman Dance's "Prophets of Funk"

Art, Art News, Reviews

{Poetry} I spell suffering

{Poetry} by J.M. Hall

Literature, Poetry

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