I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Franklin College. I received my PhD in Philosophy from Syracuse University in April of 2017. My dissertation focused on normativity in metaethics, wherein I explored differences between moral and non-moral knowledge as well as the social nature of moral knowledge and practical normativity.
My current research looks at social normativity: both practical and theoretical, both what makes it go right (how social relations and institutions can serve as bases for normativity) and how it goes wrong (analyses of how oppression affects practical and theoretical normativity). I also have interests in ethics and philosophy of language from a non-ideal perspective.
Outside of philosophy, I enjoy horseback riding, fashion, winter, and cheering on our 2016 NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers.