I am a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy and the Programme Director for the Philosophy degree.
My main areas of research are in ethics, political theory and social philosophy. I am especially interested in the construction of identities and how they shape human behaviour and well-being. I have written on topics including the politics of recognition, feminism and gender theory, freedom, medical ethics, regret and transformative experiences.
I am currently working on topics in sexual ethics, the politics of the family and critical phenomenology.
I am very happy to supervise PhD projects exploring feminism, gender politics, political theory and applied ethics.