I'm an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania. I also have a secondary appointment from the Penn Law School, and I'm an Associate Director of Penn's Institute for Law and Philosophy.
I finished my PhD in Philosophy at Princeton in 2016. From 2016 to 2019 I was an Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department at Virginia Tech.
I work broadly in moral, legal, social and political philosophy. You can read more about my research here. I've also talked about some of these interests on podcasts on reparations (for In These Times) and on echo chambers (for HiPhi Nation), and in op-eds on gender pronouns in The Guardian and Scientific American. And I discussed some work in philosophy of law in this interview.
I'm one of the Book Reviews Editors for Ethics and an Associate Editor for AJP.
I'm the director of a new prison teaching project at Penn. This builds on work I did in grad school teaching for Princeton's Prison Teaching Initiative. I wrote about teaching philosophy in prisons in a periodical called Oberon: "Inequality in Education."