Feminist ethics, animal and environmental ethics, bioethics, philosophy of Hannah Arendt
Areas of Graduate Supervision
- Applied ethics, including bioethics, animal ethics, and environmental ethics
- Most areas of Feminist Philosophy
- Hannah Arendt
My main research project focuses on intersectional feminist theory and home and belonging in Hannah Arendt's thought. I also continue my research in reproductive ethics, with a focus on surrogacy and assisted reproduction.
"Self-Sufficiency for Surrogacy and Responsibility for Global Structural Injustice." In Surrogacy in Canada: Critical Perspectives in Law and Policy. Ed. Vanessa Gruben, Alana Cattapan, and Angela Cameron. Toronto: Irwin Law, 2018.
(with Rita A. Gardiner) "Family Matters: An Arendtian Critique of Organizational Structures." Gender, Work & Organization 24.5 (2017): 506-18.
- (with Patrick Clipsham) “An Anti-Commodification Defense of Veganism.” Ethics, Policy & Environment 19.3 (2016): 285-300.
Selected grants, fellowships, awards
- From Rootlessness to Belonging: An Arendtian Critique of the Family as a Structure of Refugee Assimilation (SSHRC Insight Development Grant, 2018-2020).
- Member, Gender and Social Justice program