I am a Research Fellow in Philosophy at Peterhouse, University of Cambridge. My primary research interests are in classical Chinese philosophy (especially Daoism), ancient Greek philosophy (especially early Greek philosophy), and the global history and historiography of philosophy. I also have interests in the European reception of Chinese and Greek philosophy.
I recently completed my DPhil (PhD) in Philosophy at the University of Oxford under the supervision of Prof. Luca Castagnoli (Philosophy, Oxford), Prof. Dirk Meyer (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Oxford), and Dr Shaul Tor (Classics/Philosophy, KCL).
Born to a Belgian mother and an American father, I grew up in Brussels, Belgium. I hold a BA from the University of Cambridge, where I studied Classics and Philosophy. Prior to my doctorate, I completed a Master of Studies in Ancient Philosophy at Oxford. Outside of my research I am strongly committed to promoting cross-departmental discussion of marginalized philosophical traditions. During my studies I founded Philiminality, a student-run platform for cross-cultural and interdisciplinary philosophy.
You can find my cv here.