I'm a fourth year PhD student in the philosophy department at the University of Michigan. My research is in ethics, action, social philosophy, and aesthetics. I'm advised by Sarah Buss.
Here is my CV.
Right now my research focuses on what it means for agency to be unified, both at a time and over time. I am currently working on a project about whether having integrity requires that one be prepared to die for what one believes in. I am also thinking about various topics related to temporally extended agency, including resolutions, self-promises, and procrastination.
Many of my side projects are in the philosophy of art. I majored in architecture in college and I've never been able to shake off my love for the arts. Right now, I'm especially interested in the social dimensions of art and the high/low art distinction. (I'm an ardent proponent of the lowbrow!)
I am currently co-director of Minorities and Philosophy International, where I've been organizing since 2019.
Before coming to Michigan, I received my BA in philosophy and architecture from Wellesley College and studied philosophy and art history at the University of Oxford. I grew up in Vancouver, BC.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. I use she/her/hers pronouns.