I am a faculty member in the Department of Philosophy & Humanities at Douglas College since Fall 2021.
I am teaching a wide range of courses, going from the history of philosophy to feminist philosophy and to business ethics (and more!)
My research focuses on Immanuel Kant's practical philosophy and on the contribution of critical feminist perspectives to the history of philosophy.
I completed a PhD in Philosophy in August 2019 at McGill University under the co-supervision of Emily Carson and Marguerite Deslauriers. Towards the completion of my PhD, I also did a research stay at the University of California, Los Angeles as a Fulbright Fellow (2018-2019), under the supervision of Barbara Herman.
I was born and raised in Montréal (Québec), Canada. I did a BA and an MA in Philosophy at Université de Montréal, a French-language institution.
Outside of philosophy, I played the violin for years... and now prefer listening to others playing. Some of my favorite pieces are Bach's Ciaccona, Dvorak's American Quartet and Bagatelles, and Brahms' violin concerto.
In May 2020, my partner and I adopted Karl and Biscotti from Cat Therapy and Rescue Society. They have settled in quite well.