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Areas of Specialization: Ancient Philosophy, Ethics

Areas of Competence: Social Philosophy, Asian Philosophy (especially Chinese Philosophy and Buddhist Philosophy), Feminist Philosophy, Epistemology



Ph.D. in Philosophy, Princeton University, 2022 (expected)

  • Dissertation: Plato’s Theories of Vice

  • Committee: Hendrik Lorenz (Chair), Benjamin Morison, Melissa Lane


M.A. in Philosophy, Princeton University, 2019


B.A. in Philosophy & B.A. in Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 2015

  • Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa


Peer Reviewed Journal Article

2017      Phantasia as Perception-Based Belief and the Epistemic Worry of Plato. Southwest   
             Philosophy Review,
32: 175-187.

Forthcoming    Ignorance in Plato's Protagoras: An Inquiry into Humanity's Dark Side.                                         Phronesis     


Under Review

              *Name redacted for anonymous review. Journal of the History of Philosophy.


In Preparation

                Partiality in Mozi

                Virtue in Plato’s Republic

                Plato on Becoming Vicious


Ancient Greek: Advanced reading knowledge


Latin: Advanced reading knowledge


French: Intermediate reading and conversational knowledge


Mandarin Chinese: Native


Classical Chinese: Advanced reading knowledge

Japanese: Intermediate reading and conversational knowledge  

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