Ting-An Lin is an Interdisciplinary Ethics Postdoctoral Fellow at the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, with a partnership affiliation with the Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI).

Before joining Stanford, she earned her PhD in philosophy from Rutgers University, where she also received a Graduate Certificate in women's and gender studies.

Her research interests lie at the intersection of ethics, political philosophy, and feminist philosophy, with a particular focus on how new forms of technology (such as AI) shape social structures and impose constraints on different groups of people.

Professional Education

  • Master of Arts, Texas Tech University (2016)
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Rutgers University (2022)
  • Bachelor of Science, National Taiwan University (2012)
  • PhD, Rutgers University, Philosophy (2022)
  • MA, Texas Tech University, Philosophy (2016)
  • BS, National Taiwan University, Life Science (2012)

Stanford Advisors

2023-24 Courses