Ph.D., University of Michigan
Her current research is on the moral psychology of friendship and love, with a particular focus on personal autonomy, joint deliberation, and the formation of shared interests and identities.
Teaches courses in feminist philosophy, social and political philosophy, ethics, and moral psychology. She holds a joint appointment with the Center for Women's Studies.
"Autonomy in Relation," in Out from the Shadows: Analytic Feminist Contributions to Traditional Philosophy, eds. Anita Superson and Sharon Crasnow. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
"Autonomy, Authority, and Answerability," Jurisprudence. 2:1 (2011) 161-179.
"Anger, Faith, and Forgiveness," The Monist 92:4 (2009) 507-536.
"Deciding Together," Philosophers' Imprint. 9:10 (2009). www.philosophersimprint.org/009010/
"Rethinking Relational Autonomy," Hypatia 24:4 (2009) 26-49.
"The Reunion of Marriage," The Monist 91:3&4 (2008) 558-577.
"Selflessness and Responsibility for Self: Is Deference Compatible With Autonomy?" Philosophical Review 112:4 (October 2003) 483-523.