ethics (applied and normative), epistemology
Anna has just received her Ph.D. in philosophy from Brown University, where she wrote a dissertation on the ethics of belief. Very broadly, she thinks about the epistemic dimension of morally significant social issues. Anna has recently worked on the epistemology of prejudice, epistemic partiality in friendship, epistemic injustice and responsibility, moral encroachment, the cognitive side of various moral virtues, and promising against the evidence.
More information about Anna’s research and teaching can be found on her website.
Ph.D in philosophy from Brown University, 2021
M.A. in philosophy from Brown University, 2017
B.A. in philosophy from Pepperdine University, 2015