(Milan, 1987) is a lecturer at Stanford University in Florence and a research associate at the University of Innsbruck. As an Italian-Haitian, she approaches issues of racism and colonialism from a decolonial feminist perspective. Her doctoral research in Philosophy centered around the political thought of Frantz Fanon. Moïse's contributions extend to co-authoring the work Future. Il domani narrato delle voci di oggi edited by Igiaba Scego (effequ 2019) and Introduzione ai femminismi edited by Anna Curcio (DeriveApprodi 2019) with the essay Black Feminism. She is co-translator of, among others, Where We Stand: Class Matters by Bell Hooks, Plantation Memories: Episodes of Everyday Racism by Grada Kilomba (Capovolte 2021) and Women, Race and Class by Angela Davis (2018).