I hold a BA Hons in Philosophy and Italian from the University of Oxford. I joined Stanford’s Philosophy Department as a PhD student in 2016. I also wok as a research assistant at the Stanford Basic Income Lab and I am pursuing a masters degree in Political Science. My main interests are Kant (ranging from the nature of Kantian self-knowledge to Kant’s moral and socio-political philosophy), political philosophy/theory, ethics, and the philosophy of literature.
In the past, I have presented some of my work on Kant at the XII International Kant Congress in Vienna. I have also worked as a research assistant at the National Italian Research Council in Rome, where I was involved in a project on transnational European citizenship rights and in co-authoring a book Claiming Citizenship Rights: Emerging Challenges and Political Agents (Routledge, 2018).