Savannah Anne Carman is a recent graduate from The King's College in New York City with a BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. During her time at King's, she spent a summer semester studying Philosophy of Human Nature abroad at Oxford. She completed her senior thesis under the guidance of Princeton Fellow Dr. David Tubbs on the topic of a shared income policy promoted by Susan Moller Okin. She is currently a scholar with the Brazos Fellows in TX and has plans to pursue a doctorate program in philosophy, focusing on human nature and our relation to God.
Posts by Savannah Anne Carman
February 24, 2020
Sixty-two miles north of Grand Rapids, MI sits the village of Mecosta with a population of only 450. Right off Main Street, tucked away in an arbor of oaks and ferns, stands a large brick house. Continue Reading...