radio & podcasts

(2019) “Bergson and Time”. Discussing early twentieth century French philosopher Henri Bergson, and his novel account of time, on BBC Radio 4’s In Our Time, with Melvyn Bragg.
(2019) “The Idealism and Pantheism of May Sinclair” (Two Parts). Discussing early twentieth century novelist and philosopher May Sinclair, on The Panpsycast Philosophy Podcast.
(2018) “The In Between”. How the philosophy of space can help us to understand ‘in between’ places, on BBC Radio 3’s Free Thinking.
(2017) “Are Science and Religion Compatible?” Live talkshow, Morning Talk with Rowena Baird, SAfm.
(2017) “Where the Girls At?” A Philosophobia podcast on why it still matters that Aristotle thought women were deformed males.
(2017) “Time Travel”. Forum of European Philosophy podcast on philosophical issues around time travel, the physics of time travel, and H.G. Wells’ Time Machine.

popular writing

(2018) “Are spirits in space? Exploding spirits and absolute theories of space and time”, Oxford University Press Blog.
(2018) “Absolute Space, Catharine Cockburn, and Early Modern Women Metaphysicians”, Project Vox Revealing Voices Blog.
(2018) “Are Space and Time Just Relations? On Early Modern British Relationists”, Groningen Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Thought Blog.
(2018) “Does the Future Exist?” The Forum for European Philosophy Blog, hosted by LSE.
(2017) “Does the Size of the Universe Prove God Doesn’t Exist?”. The Conversation. [170,000+ readers]. Reprinted in over a dozen places, including Newsweek, News Republic, and RealClearScience.
(2017) “What is Space? The 300 year old Battle Still Raging Today”. The Conversation. [130,000+ readers] Reprinted in over ten places, including, Sci Fi Generation, and RealClearScience. Translated into Chinese on
(2015) “Introducing British idealist Hilda Oakeley”, Feminist History of Philosophy Blog.
(2012) “Tattoo You: Personal Identity in Ink”. With Kyle Fruh. In Robert Arp (ed.) Tattoos: I Ink, Therefore I Am. Wiley-Blackwell.


(2017) Interview on my work with 3AM Magazine on the philosophy of time, history of philosophy, and neglected historical women philosophers.