“Social-epistemic practice and the limits of imagination“, published on The Junkyard (Nov. 2022).
Oct. 29th, 2022: Seeing Dogs: Dis/ability and De/humanization in José Saramago’s ‘Blindness‘. As part of the panel, ‘Animals, Empathy, and Anthropomorphism in Saramago’s Work’ at the VII International Conference “José Saramago’s Philosophical and Sociopolitical Heritage” in Vigo (Galicia, Spain).
Oct. 6th, 2022: Minority Minds & Epistemic Injustice (panel). At Inclusion Beyond Face Value: Metaphilosophy of Social Justice, Central European University, Vienna. Organised by the Minorities & Philosophy chapter at CEU.
Aug. 31st, 2022: [With Dr. Martin Huth] The Normate Body Schema and Assistive Technology: What Merleau-Ponty gets wrong about the ‘blind man’s cane’. At the British Society for Phenomenology 2022 Annual UK Conference’. University of Exeter (UK). Recording to follow.
May 19th, 2022. How can affective engagement help bridge the gulf between differently situated knowers? One hour discursive workshop session, as part of day-long workshop, ‘Knowing the Distance: Intersectional, Decolonial, and Affective Approaches to Knowledge’. At the Messerli Research Institute (Vienna). Abstracts and workshop information available here.
May 9th, 2022. Knowing Me, Knowing You, Aha! – Some Problems for Empathy as a Social-Epistemic Practice. At ‘Imagination & Empathy: What Possibilities, What Challenges, What Limits’ (one-day workshop). At the Dept. of Philosophy, University of Vienna, and online. Full abstract available here. Recording forthcoming.
April 3rd, 2022. Digging Outside the Field: Animalization and Animality, Within and Beyond Academic Philosophy. At ‘The State of Philosophy’: Annual Graduate Students in Philosophy Conference / Annual Duquesne Women in Philosophy Conference. Full recording (from Zoom) available here. Extended abstract and further details here.
March 26th, 2021. Infantilization, Dehumanization & Cognitive Disability. Full recording available here. Blog post summarizing the talk here. As part of the British Postgraduate Philosophical Association seminar series.
Dec. 10th, 2020. Notes From the Lunatic Fringe: A Thought Experiment Talks Back. At “Intersectional and Transnational Perspectives on Minorities and Philosophy”. University College Dublin. Full recording (incl. captions) available here.
April 19th, 2019. Speaker as part of panel event at University College Cork, “What does it mean to be autism friendly?”.
Nov. 23rd 2018. Speaking about the essay The Living Mind: Explanation and Experience in Nan Shepherd’s ‘The Living Mountain’, authored for issue two of Bloomers Magazine. The Guesthouse, Cork, Ireland.
July 3rd, 2017. Phenomenally Conscious: Intuitions, Explanations & the Mind-Body Debate. Presented at the 4th Annual Conference by Women in Philosophy, Vrije University (Amsterdam)
Articles, Essays, etc.
Social-epistemic practice and the limits of imagination. Published on The Junkyard, 2022. [read it here]
Science as process versus science as behemoth. Published on the blog of the American Philosophical Association, 2019. Edited by David V. Johnson. [read it here]
The Living Mind: Explanation and experience in Nan Shepherd’s ‘The Living Mountain’. Published in Bloomers Vol. 2, 2018. [reprinted online here]
|Pierce Malone Scholarship in Philosophy||2019||National University of Ireland|
|Graduate of the Year||2019||University College Cork|
|Peel Memorial Prize||2019||University College Cork|
|Honorable Mention: APA Undergraduate Public Philosophy Awards||2019||American Philosophical Association|
|Iress Award||2017||Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religion|
|College Scholar||2015-2019||University College Cork|