The philosophy I aspire to is occasional, relational, and practical: equal to its moment, conducted with others, and considered as a way of life.

I am the 2020-21 Postdoctoral Fellow in Ethics at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Ethics.

In my interdisciplinary research, I read across Caribbean, Continental, and American traditions in order to pose questions about responsibilities, environments, and solidarities.

My Academia profile gives an overview of my work, and my C.V. is available upon request.

Internationalism under Lockdown: The Vocabulary of the Present, a talk I gave on 3 June, demonstrates what I’m currently thinking about.