I am currently a candidate for a DPhil in Politics (Political Theory). I write on the conceptualisation of privacy, including its historical evolution, and the possible justification(s) for privacy rights. Previously, I received my MPhil with distinction from the department in 2018, and I graduated from the University of Virginia in 2016 with a BA in Government and Foreign Affairs. When not in the DPIR, I can be found on the squash court.
- Rhodes Scholarship
- Truman Scholarship
- Jefferson Scholarship (University of Virginia)
- Echols Scholarship (University of Virginia)
My research interests include:
- Political Theory,
- Political thought and ideologies
- "Seeing and Being Seen," The Hedgehog Review 21.1 (Winter 2019) [forthcoming]
Conference Papers and Presentations
- February 2018, Rothermere American Institute, Oxford: "Understanding Privacy"
- May 2018, Sciences Po, Paris: "The Socio-Political Justification for Privacy"