I am a graduate student in philosophy at Rutgers, New Brunswick, advised by Liz Camp and Susanna Schellenberg. I work primarily at the intersection of philosophy of mind and social philosophy. My other interests include feminist philosophy, social epistemology, philosophy of cognitive science, philosophy of language, and Spinoza.
I am also an organizer for MAP (Minorities and Philosophy) International, and I run the Rutgers Feminist Philosophy reading group (with Dee Payton). You can read more about my organizing work under ‘Organizing’.
Before coming to Rutgers, I studied mathematics and philosophy at Oxford University.
You can download my CV here, and you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.