I am currently a sixth-year PhD candidate in Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania. My main area of research is ethics and the history of ethics. The majority of my work focuses on Neo-Aristotelianism in twentieth-century ethics, and contemporary metaethics.
My historical work focuses on the significance of Elizabeth Anscombe, Philippa Foot, and Ludwig Wittgenstein with respect to the development of twentieth-century ethics.
My contemporary work focuses on defending a Neo-Aristotelian account of normativity.
In May 2016, I graduated from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy.
In September 2016, I started my PhD at the University of Pennsylvania.
In September 2021, I will begin a Dissertation Completion Fellowship, with an expected graduation date of May 2022.