I am interested in issues at the crossroads between ethics and social epistemology, especially epistemic injustice, the ethics of belief, and applications in the ethics of information technology. I also maintain a secondary research interest in the philosophy of education.

My project for the Banting Fellowship is to apply theoretical discussions of intellectual accountability and epistemic agency to cases in public discourse. I am particularly interested in how we acquire beliefs from interacting with social media platforms, and how social media users hold one another responsible for their beliefs.

My dissertation, completed in 2018 at the …

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