I am a political theorist. My research is mainly on international trade, economic justice, and discrimination.
I am currently a part-time Lecturer in Political Theory at the University of Reading, and a part-time Teaching Fellow in the Department of Government at LSE.
I received my PhD in 2012 from the Princeton Politics Department, with a primary specialization in political theory and a secondary specialization in international relations. During the 2012-2013 academic year, I was a Research Fellow with “Justitia Amplificata: Rethinking Justice – Applied and Global” at Goethe University Frankfurt. From 2013 to 2017, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow in Government at the London School of Economics, where I taught on the Global Politics and the Political Theory postgraduate programmes. I was Visiting Assistant Professor in Politics and Public Administration at the University of Hong Kong for the Spring term of 2017. Then I taught at the Exeter College Summer programme at Oxford as Lecturer in Law and Philosophy. In 2019, I was a Teaching Fellow in Global Ethics and International Justice Theory in the Department of Political Science at UCL. Between 2017-2020, I was a Research Associate for the American Political Science Review editorial team and a Guest Teacher in the LSE’s Government Department.
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