In January 2019, I am excited to start as an assistant professor of philosophy at Georgian Court University in Lakewood, NJ.
My work lies at the intersection of global, long-term environmental problems like climate change, and ethical and political philosophy. My current research project explores the relationship between ideal theories of justice and political reality. I ask whether we should allow facts about the nature of climate change as a particular sort of political problem to shape the principles of climate justice.
I have published in Ethics, Policy & Environment and Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, and co-wrote the entry on “climate change justice” for the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
I also work on questions regarding the moral rights of future people, the “domination” of future generations, and individual responsibility for climate change.
My teaching experience includes Introduction to Ethics, Biomedical Ethics, Environmental Ethics, Climate Change Ethics and Philosophy and Law.