I received my PhD in History and Philosophy of Science at the
University of Pittsburgh in 2015. My interests are chiefly in
philosophy of science, feminist philosophy and philosophy of
mathematics. I use an integrated historical and philosophical approach
towards applied mathematics in order to understand how our
mathematical languages relate to the world. In feminist philosophy, I
have written about how we should define “woman” for the sake of social
justice, and on the role of idealizations in social philosophy.