I am Deputy Director of the COGITO Epistemology Research Centre, Director of Graduate Studies (Taught) in Philosophy and Co-Chair of the Gender and Equality Committee, School of Humanities, the University of Glasgow. I also sit on the Management Committee of the British Society for Theory of Knowledge, the Steering Committee of the Social Epistemology Network, and on the Editorial Board of the Philosophical Quarterly.
I care about all things normative. My research is in epistemology (epistemic norms, social epistemology, knowledge first epistemology), philosophy of language (assertion, conceptual engineering, contextualism), ethics (wellbeing, blame, trust, distributive justice, media ethics), and feminist philosophy (epistemic injustice, gender concepts). I am Principal Investigator on a major 5-year research project - KnowledgeLab: Knowledge-First Social Epistemology - funded by a 1.5 million Euro grant from the European Research Council (2021-2025). I am also Co-Investigator on the Leverhulme Trust-funded 'Virtue Epistemology of Trust' Project (2020-2023) and a Principal Investigator on the 'Dimensions of Wellbeing' Project (2021-2026). Before this I was Principal Investigator on the 'Epistemic Norms and Epistemic Functions' Project (2016-2019). My PhD (2016) is from Arché, University of St Andrews.
Here are my fantastic PhD students: Paul Hampson, Yasmeen Hindawi, Paul Irikefe, Daniella Meehan, Ísak Andri Ólafsson, Maria Pia Mendez Mateluna, Martin Miragoli, Shweta Pandey, Daniela Rusu.
Here are my excellent postdocs: Emma C. Gordon; Christopher Willard-Kyle
You can get in touch at: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com. Here is my CV.