My research lies at the intersection of political philosophy, business ethics, and environmental ethics. I am fundamentally concerned with how political institutions, particularly at a global level, can cope with novel challenges such as climate change, vast and complex supply chains, and the risks of artificial intelligence. I am committed to teaching the skills of critical thinking, perspective taking, close reading and clear communication through teaching philosophy. I have recently completed my PhD at Duke University and will soon begin a position as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Princeton Environmental Institute and the University Center of Human Values.





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