Annette Martin joined the department in 2014 after completing a B.A. in Philosophy and Mathematics at Carleton College. Her philosophical journey has taken her on wild twists and turns through philosophy of mind, philosophy of math, and the intersections of ethics and feminist philosophy, to settle (for now) in social and political epistemology. More specifically, these days she spends a lot of time thinking about social structures, ideology, racism, and epistemic injustice. Her dissertation is exploring the epistemic consequences of privilege and oppression, starting with the phenomenon of white ignorance. Outside of philosophy, she enjoys watching shows with at least 5 seasons on Netflix, and bakes a mean apple pie.