I'm a JRF (Junior Research Fellow) in philosophy at Peterhouse, Cambridge.
I work primarily in epistemology, although I am also interested in the philosophy of language, feminist philosophy, and some bits of metaphysics and political philosophy. Within epistemology, I'm particularly interested in testimony, epistemic value, the role of idealisation in epistemic theorising, the relationship between formal and informal epistemology, and in epistemic states which don't seem to fit the propositional model.
Before coming to Cambridge, I wrote my DPhil (PhD) thesis at Oxford, supervised by John Hawthorne and Lizzie Fricker. The thesis, Essays on Epistemic Structure, addresses a cluster of problems in contemporary epistemology: closure, testimony, defeat, and epistemic akrasia.