I’m Wendy Salkin. I am a Ph.D. student in philosophy at Harvard and a law student at Stanford. I mostly work in social and political philosophy (particularly on philosophical theories of race and gender) and philosophy of law (particularly on philosophical theories of criminal law). I’m daily growing more interested in neuroethics and mental health law.
Nowadays, I spend my free time practicing yoga, running, cycling, traveling, cooking, singing, watching films, and teaching at San Quentin State Prison with the Prison University Project. I do New York Times crossword puzzles, but not nearly as well as my father. It’s unclear which one of us is the better Scrabble player. I remain an amateur ukulele player.