I'm a political theorist at Newcastle University.
Last year I was a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford's Center for Ethics and before that I studied in Oxford, Toronto, and Frankfurt.
My main research interest is in democratic theory; I interpret and evaluate novel forms of representation and participation.
I also work on the history of political thought and comparative political theory.
European Journal of Political Theory, online first.
American Journal of Political Science, online first.
Click here for a short summary on the AJPS blog.
Comparative Political Theory, Vol 3, Issue 1 (2023)
Journal of Deliberative Democracy, Vol. 15, Issue 1 (2019).
Work in Progess
An article evaluating the democratic credentials of north-American Indigenous customary governments.
An article on democratic responsiveness and ranked choice voting in the US.
An article developing a theory of democratic writing, with Zak Black.
Employment & Education
Lecturer in Political Theory and Philosophy
Postdoctoral Researcher (Center for Ethics)
University of Toronto
PhD Political Science
Visiting Scholar (Forst Kolloquium)
University of Oxford
MPhil Politics & BA PPE