I am a feminist theorist invested in rethinking the relation between the sciences and the humanities. My research and teaching foreground feminist and anti-racist philosophies; gender, sexuality, and feminist studies; feminist science and technology studies; and continental philosophy of science.
I am interested in the ontological implications of scientific research that investigates the nature of matter, life, and our world more broadly. My dissertation, The Conditions of Emergence: Towards A Feminist Philosophy of the Origins of Life, was written under the direction of Elizabeth Grosz and Mark B.N. Hansen.
I completed my PhD in May 2020 at Duke University, with certificates in Feminist Studies and College Teaching.