We’re pleased to welcome Eilidh Beaton, Adam Lovett and Tena Thau to the Department as new LSE Fellows.

Eilidh Beaton specialises in the philosophy of migration, global justice, political philosophy, and philosophy of law. She joins us from King’s College London, where she was a Lecturer in Political Economy Education. Eilidh completed her PhD in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania, her dissertation concerned the scope of the right to refuge in international law and refugee rights to integration and family reunification upon receipt of asylum. This year Eilidh will teach Philosophy, Morals and Politics (PH214/PH416).

Adam Lovett joins us from New York University, where he completed his PhD with a dissertation titled “How Democracies Fail”. Prior to this he received a BPhil in Philosophy from the University of Oxford. Adam specialises in political philosophy, ethics and metaphysics, this year he will teach Philosophy and Public Policy (PH222/PH415).

Tena Thau works on topics in applied ethics and social and political philosophy. She received a DPhil in Philosophy from the University of Oxford, before which she completed our MSc programme in Philosophy and Public Policy. This year, Tena will lead our Evidence and Policy MSc course and will teach on our PPE Applications and Philosophy for Public Policy courses.