My primary teaching interests lie in social and applied epistemology, and so in exploring our epistemic lives as fundamentally social epistemic agents. I am also interested in the Early Modern period, feminist philosophy, social and political philosophy, decision theory, philosophy of science, and philosophy of education.
As a first-gen student I know firsthand the transformative power of education, and I have seen that transformative power in every classroom in which I have taught, from Northwestern University and Amherst College to Stateville Correctional Facility and the Cook County Jail.
I am on leave annual leave (research sabbatical) from Fall 2022 to Spring 2023. In Fall 2023 I plan to teach Philosophical Questions and a Seminar on What we Epistemically Owe to Each Other. In Spring 2024, I plan to teach Early Modern Philosophy and Theory of Knowledge.