I am a Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellow in Politics at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, and an Assistant Professor of Politics, Philosophy & Economics at the Asian University for Women in Bangladesh. 

One focus of my work is the idea of reasonable disagreement and its role in political philosophy. I have written about whether we have reasons to ensure that our principles are acceptable from a diverse range of reasonable points of view, and about whether such principles have defensible implications. Another focus is on the philosophical foundations of claims to territory, and the implications of this question for foreign policy.

I have previously been a Bernheim Fellow at the Hoover Chair at UCLouvain in Belgium. I received a D.Phil. from Oxford in 2018, where I was supervised by Simon Caney.