Blake Huggins is a PhD candidate in Boston University’s Graduate Division of Religious Studies. He works at the intersections of religious thought, continental philosophy, and critical theory. His current research involves discourses of temporality, futurity, and eschatology in deconstruction, queer theory, and the history of Christian thought. His long-term interests include philosophy of religion, Jewish and Christian mysticisms, French phenomenology and contemporary aesthetics (particularly film theory and criticism), and political theologies. You can follow him on Twitter here, where he tweets about nothing.