I am visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Wabash College. My research and teaching interests include feminist philosophy, Continental philosophy, ancient Greek philosophy, and philosophy of race.

My work draws on existential phenomenology in conversation with contemporary anti-racist feminism and critical trauma theory to develop ethical resources for approaching socio-political questions of domination and liberation. A primary area of concern is sexual violence within the neoliberal academy.

"Repeating Her Autonomy: Beauvoir, Kierkegaard, and Women's Liberation" (Hypatia) argues that freedom entails courageous repetitions: retaki…

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