Savannah graduated from Brandeis University magna cum laude in 2012, majoring in Philosophy and minoring in French and Politics. After working as a higher education administrator for two years, Savannah returned to school, receiving her M.A. in Philosophy from Tufts University in 2016. She is primarily interested in the intersection of Epistemology and Logic. Most recently, she has been preoccupied with the truth value of knowledge sentences, and whether such values vary by the context of utterance.
social and normative epistemology, with an emphasis on marginalized testifiers; philosophy of race; feminist philosophy; political philosophy; philosophy of language