Associate Professor of Philosophy and Political Science
2020. “From Resistance to Protest: The Paradigm Shift in Theories of Civil Disobedience,” in “Theorizing the Politics of Protest: Contemporary Debates on Civil Disobedience,” withÇigdem Çıdam, William E. Scheuerman, Robin Celikates et al.,Contemporary Political Theory, https://doi.org/10.1057/s41296-020-00392-7
2020.”Uncivil Disobedience,” NOMOS LXII: Protest and Dissent, ed. Melissa Schwartzberg, New York University Press (2020): 9-44.
2019. “Civil Disobedience, Punishment, and Injustice,” in ThePalgrave Handbook of Applied Ethics and the Criminal Law, Kimberley Kessler Ferzan and Larry Alexander (eds.), Palgrave MacMillan: 167-188.
2018. “Désobéissance civile et dénonciation gouvernementale: Le cas d’Edward Snowden,” Éthique Publique 20, 2.
2018. “Is Hacktivism the New Civil Disobedience?” Raisons Politiques 69, 1: 63-81.
Ph.D., 2012, Philosophy, Boston University
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Philosophical Problems of Law and Justice
Focuses on general questions about the law: What is the nature and proper scope of the law? How should the law be enforced and are there alternatives to punishment? How can laws be properly interpreted? Examples of legal controversies are related to the theories studied.