I work on ethics and social and political philosophy. I’m particularly interested in questions about educational access and justice. Access to affordable, high-quality, public education from primary school to postsecondary school is important. What counts as affordable and high-quality education? What are the aims of a public institution? Who should be able to access public education? In addition to motivating my research these questions guide my thinking about how to best advise and serve my students.
Phantom, 2 years old
Other names: Phantom Menace, Fancy, Phan Boy, Phanty Beauty, The Universal Boy
Likes: food, car rides, looking out the window
Dislikes: He’s actually pretty chill. I can’t think of a thing that bothers him.
Rose, 7 years old
Other names: Baby Girl, The Absolute Baby
Likes: food, sleep, and long, slow walks
Dislikes: feet, being alone
Siege, 9 months old
Other names: The Boy, My Dude, C.J. (Comrade Juice)
Likes: food, fighting, yelling