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I have been teaching undergraduate philosophy and allied courses since 1999, mostly at Ateneo de Manila University (where I am an assistant professor and coordinator of graduate programs at the philosophy department). I also teach on the Global Liberal Studies program at New York University London. I was a senior lecturer, then an associate lecturer, of education at London Metropolitan University, and I also taught on the undergraduate education studies program at University College London. My research interests are at the intersection of philosophy and education. 





University College London

PhD in Philosophy of Education, UCL Institute of Education

Title: Teaching National Identity in Post-colonial Contexts: An Arendtian Reimagination

Education for Reparation and Climate Justice

I am currently working on an internally funded project on education for reparation and climate justice.


Ateneo de Manila University

MA Philosophy

Thesis: The Postmodern Politics of Hannah Arendt


Institute of Education, University of London

MA Citizenship Education with Distinction

Awardee, 150th Anniversary Prize for Academic Achievement

Dissertation: Chinese-Filipinos, A Missing Minority?: The Exclusion of Chinese-Filipinos in Grade School Social Science Textbooks


Ateneo de Manila University

AB Philosophy cum laude

Critical ​Social Theory: A Philippine Lens

I am involved in a project with other Filipino women philosophers, seeking to interrogate ideas about critical social theory from a Philippine perspective. The project is led by Kelly Agra (University College Dublin and University of the Philippines - Baguio).

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