group organising

In 2010, I co-founded the Cambridge Women in Philosophy Group.

As a co-founder, I co-authored a case study for the first UK report on the representation of women in philosophy, produced by the British Philosophical Association Committee for Women in Philosophy and SWIP UK.

event organizing

(2017) Time in Twentieth and Twenty-first Century Philosophy. Conference at Durham University.
(2016) Early Modern Women on Metaphysics, Science and Religion. Conference at the University of Groningen
(2015) Necessity and Contingency in God’s Creative Process. Panel co-organised at the OZSW (Dutch Research School of Philosophy) conference.
(2015). Early Modern Rejections of Dualism: From Materialism to Idealism. Panel co-organised at the British Society for the History of Philosophy conference.
(2014). History of Philosophy: What’s the point? Workshop co-organised at the University Groningen.
(2013) Cambridge Platonism Workshops. University of Cambridge.
(2012) The Metaphysics of British Hegelianism. University of Cambridge.
(2008) Time and Consciousness. University of Birmingham.

invited talks (selected)

(2017) “Time Travel”. Forum for European Philosophy.
(2017) “John Locke: Newtonian Absolutist about Time?”. Centre for Time, Milan.
(2017) “Travel Writing as Thought Experiments” Dutch Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Groningen.
(2016) “Catharine Cockburn and John Locke on Space” CUNY, New York.
(2016) “Absolute Time in Early Eighteenth Century British Metaphysics”. Leiden University.
(2015) “John Locke and Newtonian Absolute Time”, University of Durham
(2015) “Women Philosophers From Antiquity Until the 21st Century”, Guest Lecturing for the OZSW (Dutch Research School of Philosophy), University of Amsterdam.
(2015) “On the Growth of the Growing Block Theory of Time”, Growing Block Conference, Kent.
(2015) “Absolute Time and Early Modern British Metaphysics”, one-day CHiPhi Book-in-Progress Workshop, University of Sheffield.
(2014) “On Paradigms in Science and Metaphysics”. Science and Metaphysics, Ghent.
(2014) “Henry More on Time, Physics, and God” The Agricola Seminar, Groningen.
(2014) “Catharine Cockburn on Freedom”, Women on Liberty: 1600-1800, Monash (Italy).
(2014) “A Brief History of Early Modern Time”. Dynamic Views of Time, Sheffield.
(2014) “British Idealist Monadologies and the Reality of Time”. 300 years of Leibniz’s Monadology, Edinburgh.
(2013) “Hilda Oakeley on Time and History”. Visiting Speakers’ Colloquium, York.
(2013) “A Manchester Philosopher: An Introduction to Samuel Alexander”. Manchester.
(2013) “The Nature of Bradley’s Absolute”. Resurrecting Bradley, UQAM (Canada).
(2013) “The Metaphysics of Catharine Cockburn”. Annual Women in the History of Philosophy Lecture, Sheffield.
(2013) “Why Not To Reject Cartesian Dualism”. Stapledon Philosophy Series, Liverpool.

conference papers & presentations (selected)

(2017) “The Emergence of the Growing Block Theory of Time”, British Society for the History of Philosophy Annual Conference, Sheffield.
(2017) “The Aims of History of Philosophy and Its Male Canon”, Groningen summer school, Methodologies in the History of Philosophy.
(2016) “Space and Time in Locke and Newton” University of Alaska, Anchorage.
(2016) “John Locke on Time”, Macalester College, Minnesota.
(2016) “Anne Conway on the Identity of Creatures over Time”, University of Groningen.
(2015) “Newton on Absolute Time”, Kohn Institute, Tel Aviv University, Israel.
(2015) “Catharine Cockburn and David Lewis on Modal Realism and Contingent Laws”, 89th Joint Session, Warwick.
(2015) “Anne Conway’s Vitalism and Process Metaphysics”, British Society for the History of Philosophy Conference, York.
(2014) “Samuel Alexander and the God of Spacetime”, British Idealism and Collingwood Conference, University of Wales.
(2014) “ Henry More and the Development of Absolute Time”, 88th Joint Session, Cambridge.
(2014) “On the Emergence of ‘New’ Early Modern Metaphysics of Time”. Time and Early Modern Thought, York.
(2013) “Descartes and the Moving Parts of Space”. Philosophy Colloquium, Groningen.
(2013) “Oakeley versus Collingwood on Selves, the Past and History”. British Idealism and the Concept of the Self, Oxford.
(2013) “Why Space is Not a Substance”. 87th Joint Session, Exeter.
(2013) “Space and Time in Cambridge Platonism”. Key Ideas in Cambridge Platonism, Cambridge.
(2013) “The Spatial Extension of Cartesian Minds”. Dalhousie Colloquium (Canada).
(2012) “Baking with Kant and F. H. Bradley” with Jessica Leech. Kant and the British Idealists; UK Kant Society, and the Centre for Idealism & New Liberalism.
(2012) “Catharine Cockburn on Space as Substance”. 86th Joint Session, Stirling.
(2012) “Eternity in Spinoza and Samuel Alexander”. British Society for the History of Philosophy Annual Conference, Dundee.
(2012) “Newton on Substance and Space”. Newton & his Contemporaries, Ghent (Belgium).
(2010) “A Critique of Priority Monism”. CUNY Metaphysics Society (New York).
(2007) “A Devilish Twist on Anselm”. Annual Oxford Philosophy Graduate Conference.