My research focuses on intersections between philosophy, religion, and culture in twentieth-century French phenomenology, existentialism, and feminism—especially in the works of Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre. I work on ethical formation, philosophical and religious ethics, and questions of methodology, form, and content. With respect to the latter I am particularly interested in literature as a medium through which questions about ethics and meaning are explored.

Before joining Regent’s Park College I taught at King’s College London, the University of Hertfordshire, and St Peter’s College, Oxford. I am a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and Treasurer of the UK Sartre Society.

My role in College

I am Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy and Christian Ethics and Director of Studies in Philosophy.

I teach undergraduate papers in Moral Philosophy, Ethics, Post-Kantian Philosophy (Nietzsche, Sartre), Feminism and Philosophy, and Christian Moral Reasoning. I also teach the Philosophy and Feminism of Simone de Beauvoir for the Humanities Division’s MSt in Women’s Studies.

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