My teaching, research, and public scholarship engage issues concerning ethics, society, and embodiment.

I draw upon work across the humanities and social sciences, including Ethics (esp. Bioethics and Feminist Ethics), Continental Philosophy (esp. Phenomenology), and Philosophy of Disability (including work in Health Psychology and Social Epistemology).

I received my PhD in Philosophy at Emory University in 2016 and am a Mellon Teaching Fellow at Dillard University for 2016-17. I am currently completing the monograph-form of my dissertation, “The Life Worth Living: Ethics and the Experiences of Disability.”