Presently a Juris Doctor candidate at Georgetown University Law Center. Formerly, a multi-disciplinary, pluralist philosopher, writer, and professor. Past research and teaching have focused on feminist metaphysics, the history of philosophy (esp the history of metaphysics), comparative literature and theory, philosophy of language and literature, analytic metaphysics, value theory, critical theory, and analytic feminist philosophy.
Education: B.A. Stanford University, M.A., University of Alberta, PhD, Princeton University