About

I’m a first year PhD philosophy student at the University of Nottingham. I am supervised by Dr Ian James Kidd, Dr Michael Hannon, and Dr Chris Woodard.

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 have developed an unhealthy fascination with intellectual vices – character traits, attitudes, or ways of thinking that have a detrimental impact on how we think and on our ability to know or share knowledge with others.

These are the main focus of my PhD thesis and research.