Philosophy and Affective Science
I work at the intersection of philosophy of emotion, epistemology, and cognitive science. My main project concerns the epistemic value of negative affective states, and particularly anxiety. I am currently a 4th year PhD student, working jointly at the Institut Jean Nicod in Paris and at the University of Geneva (Swiss Center for Affective Science). My advisors are Jérôme Dokic and Fabrice Teroni. In 2019-2020 I spent a year as a Visiting Fellow at New York University.
Before starting my PhD, I held different positions in London (UK) and Boston (US). I was a Lecturer of French at Boston University (2015-2016), I conceived and organized conferences for professionals in London (2014-2015), and I was a bilingual editor for a media company in London (2013-2014). I completed a Master In Science in Philosophy of Psychiatry at King's College London (2012-2013), and a Master of Arts in History of Philosophy at Paris-Sorbonne IV (2010-2011).