I am an assistant professor of philosophy at Concordia University in Montreal. Before Concordia, I received my PhD at Brown.
My research lies primarily at the intersection of ethics and epistemology. Very broadly, I think about the epistemic dimension of morally significant social issues. I've recently worked on moral encroachment, the epistemology of prejudice, epistemic partiality in friendship, epistemic responsibility, the cognitive side of various moral virtues, and promising against the evidence. I also have interests in feminist philosophy and philosophy of religion.
This winter, I am teaching a seminar on the ethics of biotechnology.