I’m a PhD student in the Philosophy Department at King’s College London, where my primary area of research is the philosophy of personal identity. I’m focusing on theories of personal identity in the Early Modern period, especially accounts of the metaphysics of resurrection. I also have an abiding interest in ethics, philosophy of religion and epistemology.
I have taught or am engaged to teach undergraduate courses (as lecturer or Graduate Teaching Assistant) in the following:
Ethics (Lipscomb University in London): Autumn 2017
Metaphysics: Spring 2018
Philosophy of Religion: Spring 2018
Locke and Berkeley: Spring 2018
Descartes and Hume: Autumn 2016
Outside of philosophy, I occasionally write reflections on poetry, literature and film.