I recently completed my PhD at Georgetown University, writing my dissertation on how speech maintains oppression. I currently teach at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University and will soon start a postdoc at the Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing (as part of the Self, Virtue and Public Life initiative). Overall, my main interests are in the relationships between social/political institutions and interpersonal ethics. This leads me to focus on concepts like oppression, domination, and exploitation. I also have interests in bioethics, and worked for the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal for five years, first as its Book Rev…

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