I am a Lecturer in the Department of Political Science at the University of Waterloo.
My research interests lie in contemporary political theory, with a focus on the ethics and politics of climate change. I have written on intergenerational justice in the context of climate change, as well as freedom of expression and deplatforming on social media in the context of climate change denial (and other empirical controversies, e.g., anti-vaccination).
In addition to my teaching in Political Science, I teach on the Arts First program. To develop as a teacher, I hold a CTE-funded project studying Contemplative Pedagogy as an alternative approach to teaching.
I am currently organizing a SSHRC-funded workshop entitled “No Man is an Island:” Territorial rights, climate change, and the case of environmentally displaced people. If you’re a participant looking for the workshop document repository, please click here.