Natasha has worked at the IDEA (Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied) Centre at the University of Leeds since July 2017. Prior to this she worked as a Philosophy teacher at St Paul’s School, London, and in the Civil Service Fast Stream, doing policy work at the Department of Education, the Department of Health, and the Department of Work and Pensions.
She completed a PhD in Philosophy at the University of Sheffield in 2014 entitled 'Romantic Love and Monogamy: a Philosophical Exploration', under the supervision of Dr Christopher Bennett and Professor Jennifer Saul. Before that, she did a PGCE at Leeds Trinity University College, and she has an MA in Political Theory and a BA in Philosophy from the University of Sheffield.
Natasha’s main research interests are in the Philosophy of Love and Sex. She is also interested in the Philosophy of Education, and Applied Ethics more generally.
Is the Requirement of Sexual Exclusivity Consistent with Romantic Love? Journal of Applied Philosophy 34 (3):353-369 (2017)
Love: What’s Sex Got To Do With It? International Journal of Applied Philosophy 30 (2): 201-218 (Fall 2016)
July 2018 Hypatia Reviews Online 'New Philosophies of Love and Sex: Thinking Through Desire by Sarah LaChance Adams, Christopher M. Davidson, and Caroline R. Lundquist (editors)
September 2013 Res Publica ‘Minimizing Marriage by Elizabeth Brake’. Vol. 19 (3) pp. 285-289
February 2012 Journal of Applied Philosophy ‘Love’s Vision by Troy Jollimore’. Vol. 29 (1) pp. 88-90.