About me

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 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.

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