I am Associate Professor of Philosophy and Advisory Faculty for Environmental Studies at Wellesley College, where I teach courses in Moral Philosophy, Philosophy of Art, and Environmental Philosophy. My primary research interests concern the ethics, politics, and aesthetics of cultural heritage, art, and the environment. I'm especially interested in themes surrounding preservation of, access to, and control over objects, practices, and places. My second book What to Save and Why: Identity, Authenticity, and the Ethics of Conservation, is forthcoming with Oxford University Press (look for it in the fall of 2024).