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Rhodes Scholar, Researcher, Lecturer, Leader

I am a Rhodes Scholar, doctoral candidate (DPhil/PhD) in political philosophy, and Lecturer in Political Theory at the University of Oxford.

In these roles, I am affiliated with the University of Oxford's Department of Politics and International Relations, Worcester College, and Jesus College. 

 

My primary academic interests are in contemporary moral and political philosophy, particularly normative questions relating to global justice, public health ethics, methodology in moral and political philosophy, and all aspects of social and distributive justice. Recent work on these themes has appeared in the Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (CRISPP), the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, and the Journal of Value Inquiry, among other venues.

 

My current research focuses on the demands of justice in global health, where I aim to articulate a cosmopolitan account of health equity beyond borders. I recently completed a Master of Philosophy with Distinction at the University of Oxford.

Outside of academia, I am active in the community and social sector, having volunteered and consulted for various organisations in multiple capacities.