I’m a first year PhD philosophy student at the University of Nottingham.
From October 2020, my research will be funded by the Midlands4Cities Doctoral Award. My primary supervisor is Dr Ian James Kidd and my secondary supervisor is Professor Quassim Cassam.
Before undertaking my PhD, I studied for my MA at UCL (Distinction) and my BA at the University of Reading (First Class Honours).
I’m interested in a wide range of topics in philosophy but I have spent most of my time studying feminist philosophy and moral philosophy. In recent years, I’ve developed a healthy fascination with intellectual vices. These are normally construed as character traits, attitudes, or ways of thinking that negatively impact how we think, our ability to share knowledge with others, and how we acquire knowledge.
These are the main focus of my PhD thesis and research.