Epistemic exclusion and epistemic self-defence: collective and individual responsibilities, rights and harms
Social ontology, social epistemology, political theory, global justice, rights, ethics
I took up the Analysis Studentship position for 2020/21 from October 2020, working at the University of Manchester on a project named Epistemic Redress. My previous PhD work was generously funded by a doctoral studentship award from The University of Manchester and a final year doctoral studentship from the Society for Applied Philosophy.
Prior to my PhD, I read PPE (Philosophy, Politics, and Economics) at the University of Oxford, graduating in 2015, and I studied the MLitt in Philosophy at the University of St Andrews, awarded with Distinction in 2016.
Even more prior, I had a career as a programme director and strategy consultant, working primarily in banking and retail.
Alongside my research and teaching, I am the Administrator for The Mind Association; the Editorial Assistant for the journal Global Justice: Theory, Practice, Rhetoric; and a MAP (Minorities and Philosophy) UK mentor. I also regularly speak at schools, colleges and other access events on my research and was previously a Manchester Access Programme tutor. Please feel free to contact me in respect of any of these roles.
From September 2018 to November 2018 I held a funded Visiting Fellowship at The Tilburg Center for Logic, Ethics, and Philosophy of Science at the University of Tilburg (Netherlands).
Course convener / online lecturer, Philosophy in Prisons (charity)Jan 2019
Administrator / Assistant to the Director, The Mind AssociationNov 2017
Editorial Assistant, Global Justice: Theory Practice RhetoricOct 2017