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I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Saint Mary’s University (Halifax) working at the intersection of ethics, feminism, philosophy of law, and critical race theory. My current research focuses on various topics within the ethics of conversation—ranging from moral responsibility for microaggressions to supporting trauma recovery and self-reintegration.

In June 2022, I earned my PhD from the University of Toronto for my dissertation, Microaggressions, Blame, and Moral Responsibility, wherein I argue that microaggressions are blameworthy, even when the speaker does not intend to cause harm and does not in fact cause harm, and I propose a new model of moral responsibility to account for these counter-intuitive claims. 

Pronouns: ze/zir

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