I'm a PhD student in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania. My research interests lie in the areas of political philosophy and global justice - my specific focus concerns migration and integration of refugees and displaced people. My dissertation topic was inspired by working with Oxfam GB and the Refugee Council (UK) over the summer of 2017 on the role of UK refugee family reunion laws on refugee integration and sense of belonging.
- Global Justice
- Political Philosophy
- M.A. (Hons) Philosophy and English, University of St Andrews (2014)
- 'Providing Refuge in Contexts of Ambivalence and Hostility'
- Refugees and Minority Rights, Globalizing Minority Rights, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø, Norway (June 2018)
- A Post-Liberal World?: The 4th Annual Conference for the Centre for the Study of Global Ethics, University of Birmingham, UK (May 2018)
- Graduate Student Colloquium Series, University of Pennsylvania (April 2018)
- 'Against the Alienage Condition for Refugeehood', Justice Across Borders, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Graduate Student Conference (March 2018)
- Beaton, Eilidh, Anna Musgrave, and Josephine Liebl, 'Safe But Not Settled: the impact of family separation on refugees in the UK', Oxfam & The Refugee Council (Joint Report), 31 January 2018.
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