My theoretical work draws liberally from German transcendental philosophy, contemporary philosophy of language, contemporary social science, histories of activism and activist thinkers, and the Black radical tradition. I am currently writing a book entitled Reconsidering Reparations that considers a novel philosophical argument for reparations and explores links with environmental justice. I also write public philosophy, including articles exploring intersections of climate justice and colonialism.
You'll find my work below:
"Beware of Schools Bearing Gifts: Miseducation and Trojan Horse Propaganda," Public Affairs Quarterly, Vol. 31, January 2017.
"The Man Not and the Dilemmas of Intersectionality" APA Newsletter on Philosophy and the Black Experience, Spring 2018.
"The Empire Has No Clothes", Disputatio, October 2018.
"States Are Not Basic Structures: Against State-Centric Political Theory" Philosophical Papers, May 2019. Working Paper version available here.
Stoicism (as Emotional Compression) is Emotional Labor, Feminist Philosophy Quarterly, June 2020.
"Cops, Climate, COVID: Why There is Only One Crisis", The Appeal, June 2020 (adapted from "Crisis, COVID-19, and Democracy", originally published at the American Philosophical Association Blog)
"Power Over the Police", Dissent, June 2020
"Identity Politics and Elite Capture", Boston Review, May 2020
“The Coronavirus Failure Will Become Our Climate Failure”, Al Jazeera, April 2020
“Coronavirus Lays Bare The Staggering Class Inequalities That Divide America", The Appeal, April 2020
“Corporations Are Salivating Over the Coronavirus Pandemic”, The New Republic, April 2020
"The Green New Deal and the Danger of Climate Colonialism" - Slate [republished from The Conversation], February 2019
"Capturing Carbon to Fight Climate Change is Dividing Environmentalists" - The Conversation, January 2019
"Reconsidering Reparations" (Article)