I am a Visiting Research Associate at the University of Bristol. Previously, I was a Postdoctoral Research Assistant at the University of Edinburgh, working on the Perspectival Realism project, and prior to this postdoc I held a full-time teaching job at the University of Bristol, whilst finalising my doctoral degree at the University of Edinburgh.
My work is principally in General Philosophy of Science and Integrated History and Philosophy of Science, mainly within two overlapping areas. On the one hand, I’m interested in scientific objectivity, scientific classifications, real patterns, scientific disagreements, and scientific instruments and experiments. On the other hand, investigating historical case studies in physics, astrophysics, and biology, has led me to examine issues such as the ethical, epistemic, and political implications of the history of human computers, scientific authorship, epistemic appropriation, typecasting, intersectionality and feminism.