S. P. L E E D S
My research interests include ethics, social and political philosophy, feminist philosophy, philosophy of language, phenomenology, and philosophical issues concerning oppression, disability, gender, sexuality, race, and technology.
I am the Managing Editor of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal (KIEJ).
I also co-organize the DIScourse—an ongoing virtual workshop dedicated to current work in philosophy of disability and disabled philosophy—with Sara Purinton, in partnership with the Society for Philosophy and Disability (SPD).
Previously, I worked as the Managing Editor of the Journal of Philosophy of Disability (JPD) from 2021– 2023 and I was the first graduate student to complete the Georgetown Disability Studies MA/PhD Certificate in 2022.