I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Georgia Southern University.
I received my PhD from the University of Washington in 2021. During my time at the University of Washington, I was a member of the Neuroethics Thrust at the Center for Neurotechnology and affiliate member of the UW Disability Studies Program. In 2020, he was the recipient of the UW Graduate School Medal.
My research lies in the intersections of social and political philosophy, medical ethics, neuroethics, and philosophy of disability. I am also interested in the ethics of migration and the ethics of incarceration.
Prior to Georgia Southern, I taught at San Francisco State University, Bellevue College and the Washington Corrections Center for Women (WCCW) as part of the Freedom Education Project Puget Sound in-prison college program.
I am also committed to public philosophy. My recent work has centered on expanding philosophical education, engagement, and discourse to incarcerated publics. This work has been been funded by the Mellon Summer Fellowship for Public Projects in the Humanities through the UW Simpson Center in the Humanities and the UW Philosophy Department's Rader Award for Innovative Summer Philosophy Projects.
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