He has taught at St. Meinrad since 2020. He teaches courses in Ancient/Medieval Philosophy, Epistemology, and Political Philosophy. Previously, he was Research Fellow/Lecturer in Philosophy at the Australian Catholic University (Melbourne) and Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Belmont University. He has held visiting appointments at Harvard Divinity School (Center for the Study of World Religions), Boston College, Institut Catholique de Paris, University of Notre Dame, and Nassa Theological College in Tanzania. He is Ancien pensionnaire étranger de l’École normale supérieure (rue d’Ulm). Dr. Hackett is the translator of works from French into English, including Miklós Vető, The Expansion of Metaphysics (2018) and Jean Wahl, Human Existence and Transcendence (2016). He is the author of Philosophy in Word and Name: Myth, Wisdom, Apocalypse (2020) and (with Tarek Dika) Quiet Powers of the Possible: Interviews in Contemporary French Phenomenology (2016). His writings have appeared in French, Spanish, and Hungarian publications.