I received my PhD in philosophy from McGill University in 2013. I specialize in post-Kantian German philosophy, particularly early German Romanticism and the work of Nietzsche. I also have a background in feminist thought, aesthetics, moral philosophy, and existentialism. My current research focusses on questions around death, the subject, agency and exclusion in relation to the Romantic project of community, with a focus on the work of the neglected early German Romantic writer Karoline von Günderrode.
I currently live in Singapore, where I work part time as a freelance editor and writing coach while working on translations, articles and a book on Günderrode. Before my PhD, I received an MA in philosophy from the University of Ottawa, and before that a BA from the University of Wales, Cardiff, where I studied philosophy, ethics, and religious studies. Before attending university, I travelled the world, rode horses, wrote fiction, and went to art college.
My CV can be found here as a web page, or you can download a pdf version.