School of Philosophical, Historical & International Studies
My research interests lie within contemporary political philosophy, with a particular focus on discrimination and inequality. I am currently writing a series of papers on disability and justice.
More information about my research can be found by clicking on the ‘publications’ tab above.
Some of my most recent publications include:
- “Cognitive impairment and the right to vote: a strategic approach”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 30 (2), 2013
- “Liberal Daddy Quotas: why men need to take care of the children, and how liberals can get them to do it”, Hypatia, 28 (1), 2013.
- “Natural deficiency or social oppression? The capabilities approach to justice for people with disabilities”, Journal of Moral Philosophy, 9 (4), 2012
- “Justice and disability: what kind of theorising is needed?”, Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. XLII, no. 3, 2011
- “Disability, Respect and Justice”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, vol 27, no 2, 2010.