Philosophy of Race, Philosophy of Gender, Sex, and Love, Black Studies, Trans Philosophy, Critical Phenomenology, Abolition Studies, Environmental Ethics
- B.A., Honours (Philosophy and English), University of Toronto
- M.A. (Philosophy), Queen’s University
Alisha’s research orbits around violence and intimacy, informed by analyses of racial capitalism, settler colonialism, and carceral logics. They are currently interested in philosophies which refuse individuation as well as ontological and metaphysical separability, as to theorize love, touch, and homemaking toward abolition and decolonization. Beyond philosophy, Alisha lives and breathes poetics and poetry.