About

Welcome! I am an assistant professor of philosophy at UCL.

I finished my graduate studies at Oxford in 2017. During my graduate and postgraduate life, I have been a lecturer at Oxford’s Exeter College and Worcester College, a visiting assistant professor at Columbia (Barnard), as well as a visiting fellow at Harvard, NYU, and Princeton.

My current research focusses on the semantics and metaphysics of modality and causation. I look at both ancient and contemporary debates, and most of all at Aristotle. I also have significantly broader philosophical interests, which lead me towards bits of philosophy of mind, medieval philosophy, Kant, social and political philosophy, feminist philosophy, and legal philosophy.

My writing has appeared in a number of places, including Fortune, the Times Literary Supplement, the Times Higher Education, and OpenDemocracy.