I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of African American Studies at Saint Louis University.
From 2020-2022, I held a Postdoctoral Fellowship with the Centre for Ethics at the University of Toronto.
I write and teach about human rights, ethics, and Caribbean philosophy.
My articles taught most widely are The Promises of Standing Rock and What Could Human Rights Do? A Decolonial Inquiry. Both connect decolonial philosophy to human rights discourse and practice.
I am invested in teaching academic writing, which I think of as working with students as they find their voices.
I understand philosophy as a practice of dialogue across peoples, traditions, and places. Small examples of this dialogue include conversations I’ve had with Tavia Nyong’o about human rights and with David Scott about Stuart Hall.
You can find my articles and email address on my Academia page.