Johns Hopkins UniversityDepartment of PhilosophyGraduate student
My current research investigates how linguistic practices maintain racial hierarchies. My dissertation provides an original account of the semantics, psychological function, and metaphysical implications of what I call "racialized discourse."
I also have broad research and teaching interests in moral philosophy, philosophy of mind, social ontology, "analytic" and "critical" philosophy of race, philosophy of technology, feminist philosophy, and phenomenology.
Finally, I have a long-standing interest in pessimism and horror. I hope to situate these "extracurricular" interests in the context of academic teaching and/or research in the future…Read more