I'm currently a Postdoctoral Researcher at CRÉ (Centre de recherche en éthique) at McGill University and the University of Montréal. I received my Ph.D. in 2020 from the University of Pennsylvania. Before that, I received an M.A. in philosophy from Brandeis University and an MTS in religious studies from Havard Divinity School.
My research explores some of the important implications of the simple, but inescapable, fact that we are social, rational, temporally-extended, valuing creatures. Who we are (in some sense) and what gives us reasons to stick around both depend on how we invest ourselves in certain projects, causes, ideals, and relationships. My research uses these facts (and some of their implications) to shed light on issues in moral psychology, normative ethics, metaethics, environmental ethics, and epistemology.
You can find me CV here.