- BA, The College of Wooster
- MA, Brandeis University
Alexandra is a Canada Graduate Scholar working primarily on the phenomenology and epistemology of romantic love. Her research is informed by her interest in both existentialism and philosophy of literature (especially poetry), and places special emphasis on the theoretical importance of love’s phenomenology. She has additional interests in epistemology and philosophical logic.
Alexandra is also Graduate Philosophy Students’ Union (GPSU) President, Co-founder of the Mental Health & Disability Caucus (MH&D), and a member of the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Mental Health Advisory Committee.
For more information, visit Alexandra’s personal website.
Epistemology, Logic, Philosophy of Emotions, Philosophy of Literature