I received my PhD in philosophy in 2018 from the University of Toronto and have taught a variety of classes in ethics and related fields.
PhD, University of Toronto
Teaching interests include ethics, political phiosophy and business ethics.
My research thus far has focused on the place of non-human animals in the political sphere. I have a variety of future research interests in ethics, business ethics, and environmental ethics.
“Animals and Political Standing” in the Palgrave MacMillan Handbook of Philosophy and Public Policy (2018)
“Political Agency, Citizenship, and Nonhuman Animals” Res Publica (2017)