DPhil in Politics
Research Interests: My research is located at the intersection of contemporary debates in contemporary political philosophy (with a focus on democratic theory), the ethics of risk, and legal philosophy.
I am an ESRC-funded doctoral student in political philosophy, specialising in democratic theory, the ethics of migration, and the ethics of risk. My thesis ("Redefining Democratic Boundaries: Why Affected Interests Justify Participation Rights") is supervised by Cécile Fabre, David Miller, and Daniel Butt. I hold a BA in Political Science from the Free University Berlin and an MPhil in Political Theory from the University of Oxford, and I have previously worked at Yale University as a Teaching Fellow and Visiting Assistant in Reseach (supervised by Karuna Mantena).