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I am part of the Philosophy team and I specialise in phenomenological and 4E approaches to online sociality, embodiment, intersubjectivity, affectivity, and psychopathology. 

My personal website, with more information about my research, is 








My main interests are in phenomenological and 4E approachs to sociality, technology, and psychopathology. Currently, I am exploring the various ways we encounter others online, social inclusion and exclusion in the online world, feelings of belonging and community, and political emotions. I am also researching loneliness, depression, and eating disorders.

While I have written on a wide range of topics - including online sociality, empathy, shared emotions, depression, anorexia nervosa, social doubt - what ties my research together is an overarching interest in how we experience and connect with other people. 

Research interests:

  • phenomenology
  • 4E approaches to cognition and affectivity
  • sociality online
  • phemomenological psychopathology
  • philosophy of emotions


This year I am teaching the MA course 'Other People'. 


I did my MA in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind at the University of Copenhagen, writing my MA thesis on 'Depression and the Erosion of We-Experiences'. I was awarded my PhD in philosophy by the University of Exeter in 2021 for my thesis on 'Interpersonal atmospheres: an empathetic account' with Giovanna Colombetti as my primary supervisor. 

Before taking up my position as a Lecturer in philosophy at Cardiff University in September 2022, I was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Subjectivity Research at the University of Copenhagen on the FWF-funded project ‘Antagonistic Political Emotions’.