I work in post-Kantian European philosophy and in ethics. I have additional research expertise in African philosophy, social and political philosophy, and philosophy of disability.
My research and teaching interests focus on problems that arise at the intersection of ethics, the political, aesthetics, medicine, technology, and the sciences. My work incorporates feminist and decolonial theory, and combines historical and contemporary perspectives in responding to philosophical problems.
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My co-authored monograph Nietzsche's Dawn: Philosophy, Ethics, and the Passion of Knowledge, co-authored with Keith Ansell-Pearson, is available in print and electronic formats.