Victoria is a first-year doctoral student in the Religion, Ethics and Politics subfield. Her research uses philosophical tools to examine how central Christian doctrines and concepts bear on contemporary ethical debates and themes. For example, her recent projects explored the atonement and its relevance for ethical debates on marriage and identity. Victoria is also interested in Karl Barth’s ethics, in particular, Barth’s concept of the Grenzfall.
Prior to coming to Princeton, she completed an MSt in Theology (Christian Ethics) and a Postgraduate Diploma in Theology and Religion at the University of Oxford, an MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy at the London School of Economics, and a BA in Economics and Political Science at the University of Münster (Germany).