Amber is a PhD candidate in philosophy at Vanderbilt University who specializes in FEMINIST PHILOSOPHY, EPISTEMOLOGY, AND ETHICS.

Holding graduate degrees from Princeton Theological Seminary (M.Div), Texas A&M (M.A., philosophy), and the University of Notre Dame (M.A., philosophy), Amber supplements her specializations with a broad philosophical background. 

In addition to her research, Amber works for women's rights as a writer and advocate, with a specific focus on sexual assault.


PUBLIC PHILOSOPHY

Is There a 'Rational' Punishment for My Rapist?

Online at The New York Times

The Possibility of Epistemic Peers and Uncovering Epistemic Asymmetry: A Response to Jonathan Matheson

Online at Syndicate Philosophy

In print: forthcoming


MEDIA

An interview on Trauma, Transformation, and the Rationality of Desire"

Online at the Blog for the American Philosophical Association


PUBLICATIONS

forthcoming