I am a Lecturer in Political Theory at the Department of Political Science, University College London.
I am also the Programme Director of the department’s MA in Legal and Political Theory.
At present, I am on leave from UCL as a research associate at the School of Philosophy, ANU (June – December 2015), thinking about feasibility, futility, and structural injustice.
My research interests lie in political philosophy. I focus on three areas:
- Luck and its insignificance for egalitarians
- Political resistance, protest, and the role of outrage and offence
- The role of ‘the facts’ in political philosophy
Email: e.mcternan [at] ucl.ac.uk
[Website last updated July 2015]