Hannah Maslen is the Deputy Director of the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics (Faculty of Philosophy). Hannah works on a wide range of topics in applied philosophy and ethics; from neuroethics, to moral emotions and punishment.
Hannah is a Principal Investigator on the Horizon 2020 BrainCom project, which aims to develop implantable brain-computer interface technology to restore speech capacity in individuals who have lost the ability to speak. She leads the work package on ‘Ethics, Implants and Society’.
In 2015, Hannah published a book on remorse and retributive punishment, Remorse, Penal Theory and Sentencing, which tackles the question of whether the remorseful offender should be punished any less harshly – should receive some mitigation of her sentence – on the grounds of her remorse.
Hannah takes undergraduate tutorials for the Philosophy Schools’ FHS Practical Ethics (128) paper. She also co-convenes an option on Ethics and Policymaking for the Blavatnik School’s Masters in Public Policy, and teaches on the new MSt in Practical Ethics.
Find out more about Hannah's research at https://hannahmaslen.wordpress.com/