- B. Eng. (Moscow State University of Telecommunications and Informatics), 2003;
- PhB and Honours in Philosophy (The Australian National University), 2015
I commenced my PhD in 2016 after completing an undergraduate degree in philosophy at the ANU. I work in political and social philosophy.
My PhD thesis develops an account of structural social problems, analyses climate change as a structural problem, and, building on that account, explores what we, individuals, should do in response to climate change. The focus is on activism, social movements, and structural social change.
Environmental Political Theory
2017: Fundamental Ideas in Philosophy (PHIL1004, ANU) – tutor
2017: Civil Society, Politics, and Policy (8716, UC) – tutor
2018: Philosophy and Public Policy (PHIL2122, ANU) – tutor
2018: Theories of Social Justice (PHIL2020, ANU) – tutor and guest lecturer
2020: Theories of Social Justice (PHIL2020, ANU) – convenor and lecturer
In 2019, I received VC’s award for excellence in tutoring and demonstrating (ANU).