About

I am a Lecturer in Political Economy Education at King’s College London.

My research interests are primarily in political philosophy. In particular, I work on issues of global justice relating to borders, immigration, and asylum.

I received my PhD from the Department of Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania in May 2020. My dissertation, “The Right to Refuge, and What Happens Next”, concerned the scope of the right to refuge in international law and refugee rights to family reunion and integration upon receipt of asylum in a host state.

I am passionate about engaging in practical projects alongside my academic research. My dissertation was informed by a report I researched and co-authored at Oxfam GB on the role of family reunion laws on refugee sense of belonging in the UK. More recently, as a Graduate Associate at Perry World House, I co-authored a report on climate migration and displacement for the 2020 Global Shifts Colloquium.

A full copy of my academic CV (last updated January 2021) can be found here.