Presented papers: by invitation


Sep 2018:         MANCEPT workshops 2018, Manchester (UK). ‘Epistemic resistance: individual and collective permissibility’. Legitimate Injustice and Just Resistance workshop; invited speaker (forthcoming).

Jun 2018:         University of Vienna (Austria). ‘Nudging and epistemic paternalism: their value in promoting, not undermining, epistemic freedom of choice’. 7th WFAP Graduate Conference: ‘Rationality and Democracy’; invited speaker.

May 2018:         University of Melbourne (Australia). ‘Epistemic objectification: the possibility of resistance under conditions of exclusion’. Postgraduate colloquium: invited speaker.

May 2018:         MANCEPT seminar series, Manchester (UK). ‘Epistemic resistance: individual and collective permissibility’. Manchester Centre for Political Theory seminar series: invited speaker.

May 2018:         Leeds Beckett University (UK). ‘Povertyism, media bias, and epistemic harm’. CeASR Social Change interdisciplinary seminar series; invited speaker.

Apr 2018:           Lund University (Sweden). ‘From collective to individual remedial responsibility for global harms’. Workshop on ‘Collectivity and Responsibility’: invited workshop speaker.



Nov 2017:          Kings College London (UK). ‘Epistemic exclusion and resistance under austerity’Dept. of Philosophy; invited departmental guest speaker.

Jun 2017:           University of Manchester (UK). ‘UK austerity measures and epistemic exclusion’. UK Social and Political Inequalities Group: ‘Reflections on 2016: The Politics of Marginalised Groups’; invited speaker.

May 2017:         University of Vienna (Austria). ‘Povertyism, exclusion, and epistemic objectification’. The Vienna Forum for Analytic Philosophy; invited seminar speaker.



Dec 2016:          University of Keele (UK). ‘The curious case of Ronald McDonald’s rights as a person’. AHRC North West Consortium; invited speaker representing the University of Manchester.

Nov 2016:          University of Stirling (UK). ‘The curious case of Ronald McDonald’s rights as a person’. Stirling Philosophy Society; invited seminar speaker.