A new paper in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, asking what it means to have a gender identity and arguing that feminism does not need this concept. It provides an account of misgendering, which I also explain, more head on, in a recent blog post.
A book chapter on why the abilities to endure, and even enjoy, solitude, have an important place in the ethics of sociability.
A paper on Political Liberalism and the Dismantling of the Gendered Division of Labor, forthcoming in Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy, Vol.9.
A (short) piece in progress where I grapple with the question of children’s religious education.