I am a philosopher who works on contemporary moral, political, and social philosophy. I have published papers on ethical puzzles that arise when we can make the world better only by working together, and am currently researching ethical topics concerning climate change, migration, and the labour and housing markets.
I work as Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Warwick. I am also a visiting researcher at the Humboldt University Berlin and a volunteer tutor for Kiron Open Higher Education for Refugees. Prior to coming to Warwick, I have been lecturer in philosophy at Lincoln College and the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Oxford.
I received my doctorate from the Universities of St Andrews and Stirling, and have also conducted doctoral research at Princeton and Oxford. Before my PhD studies, I received an M.Litt. in philosophy from the Universities of St Andrews and Stirling, and a B.A. equivalent in philosophy, politics and economics from the University of Kiel.
During my studies In Kiel, I also worked as a research assistant in climate science and economics. At the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, I developed analysis software to study tropical cyclones (speak: Hurricanes) and other extreme weather events in climate model data. At the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, I contributed to a research project on wage inequality by surveying technical economics papers on modelling. I now approach ethical topics concerning society, the economy, and the environment from the perspective of philosophical ethics.