Kelley Annesley

I specialize in epistemology and biomedical ethics, and focus particularly on issues involving justification, evidence gathering, epistemic injustice, clinical ethics, and applied epistemic issues such as belief in conspiracy theories. Much of my work involves applying an intersectional feminist lens to traditional issues in epistemology and medical ethics/philosophy of medicine.

I am currently an Assistant Professor at Wittenberg University, and received my Ph.D. from the University of Rochester in 2023.

At Wittenberg, I teach courses in ethics, feminist philosophy, and epistemology, as well as logic and critical thinking.