I’m a philosophy PhD student at University of Pennsylvania. Before this, I graduated in May 2014 with an MA in philosophy from New York University, and worked from 2014-2015 as a Research Associate with the Philosophy Group at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore.
My time at UPenn is being supported by NTU’s Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences International PhD Scholarship. Upon completion of my PhD, I’ll return to NTU as an Assistant Professor in Philosophy.
- (February 2016) “Eyes Wide Shut and the Ethics of Monogamy” Philosophy and Film Series, Department of Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania (USA)
- (October 2015) “The Question of Mary Astell’s Feminism” Workshop on the History and Philosophy of Education, Department of Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania (USA)
- (March 2015) “Can we love animals and still eat them?” Philosophy Club Speaker Series, Philosophy Group, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
- (2015-20) Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences International PhD Scholarship, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
- (2012-14) Graduate Fellowship, New York University (USA)
- (2014) Winner of the 3QD Philosophy Prize 2014, judged by Cambridge Philosophy Professor Huw Price