Feminist Epistemology / Philosophy of Psychology
I am an Assistant Professor at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. I earned a Ph.D. in philosophy at Boston University and a B.A. in liberal arts at St. John's College in Annapolis.
My research focuses on how stereotypes and epistemic injustice affect self-identity and epistemic agency, especially for people with a stigmatized social identity (people of color, women, people with a disability, LGBTQ folks, etc.)
I am also interested in the under-representation of social groups in professional philosophy, irrationality as a stereotype, objectivity as an untenable epistemic ideal, and personhood as a moral category.
This website was last updated on 09/07/19.
Philosophers have thus far only interpreted the world in various ways; the point, however, is to change it.”