Roxane Noël

PhD candidate in philosophy at the University of Cambridge

About me

I am currently a PhD candidate in philosophy at Wolfson College, University of Cambridge. I specialize in medieval philosophy, with a focus on twelfth-century philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, logic, and metaphysics.

My thesis, provisionally titled Nominalisms in the twelfth century, is supervised by Prof. John Marenbon.

I also research the intersections of philosophy and video games. I have recently worked, especially, on the experience of racialization and immersion in Skyrim.

In my free time, I am learning to code and design video games in the Unity engine. My (very elementary) attempts at game development can be found on my page, linked below.

Academic CV

This is my academic CV, last updated in July 2021.



Feel free to email me at my @cam address for any enquiries, including access to papers.