Welcome! I am an assistant professor of political theory with the Catholic University of Chile's Institute of Political Science.
My primary area of research centers on issues at the intersection of environmental theory and practice, including the political implications of climate catastrophe, the use and justification of climate emergency powers, and the nature of climate disobedience. In working on these issues, I engage diverse literatures within political theory and across disciplines. I also pursue work on scarcity ethics, as well as on topics and thinkers in the history of political thought.
My work has appeared in the American Political Science Review, Philosophical Studies, The Review of Politics, and Contemporary Political Theory, among other outlets. I also have a book under contract with Oxford University Press, entitled Before Collapse: Climate Change as Political Catastrophe.
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