Macalester Bell is an associate professor of philosophy at Bryn Mawr College. Her primary research and teaching interests are in ethics and moral psychology and much of her work focuses on the role of emotions in responding to wrongdoing and injustice. Her published papers take up fundamental questions concerning anger, blame, forgiveness, reparation, personal relationships, love, and inspiration. She is the author of Hard Feelings: The Moral Psychology of Contempt (Oxford University Press, 2013). While at Princeton, she will work on a book exploring the ethical dimensions of photography.