My current research explores the intersection of contemporary epistemology, Kantian philosophy, and the philosophy of sexuality. My work engages questions around consent, pleasure, power, and bodily autonomy. I also examine the relationships between Enlightenment philosophy and contemporary decolonial projects, with an emphasis on constructions of gender, sexuality, domestic labor, and the family. I am committed to approaching philosophical questions from below, in non-ideal circumstances like disasters, decolonial struggles, and discriminatory law. These questions are built into the classes I teach at Manhattan College.