I’m a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Edinburgh, working on the Perspectival Realism project. My work is principally within History and Philosophy of Science, with a particular emphasis on classifications, real patterns, and disagreements. I use an integrated methodology which combines Philosophy of Science, History of Science, and Core Analytic Philosophy and draw on diverse case studies from particle physics, astrophysics, and botany.

I am also interested in the nature of knowledge yielded by instruments, the history of human computers, as well as the link between the two. More recently I also started to engage more with issues of feminism(s) and epistemic injustice.

Previously, I held a full-time teaching job at the University of Bristol, whilst finalising my doctoral degree at the University of Edinburgh.