About my work
I research and teach in the areas of moral psychology, philosophy of race and gender, and Latin American philosophy.
In moral psychology, I investigate the impacts of empathy on moral perception, judgment and motivation. I also examine the ways that our moral agency is shaped by our social environment, and I explore various obstacles and opportunities for moral growth.
In Latin American philosophy, I write about Mexican-American and Latin American metaphilosophy, and about decolonial theory, immigration, and Latina feminism.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Texas State University
Stony Brook University
Ph.D. in Philosophy, 2016
Graduate Certificate in Women's and Gender Studies, 2012
University of New Mexico
B.A. in Philosophy and Foreign Languages, 2008