CV

(Full CV available here as a PDF.)


APPOINTMENTS  

Mount Holyoke College

Professor, Department of Philosophy. 2024 ongoing 

Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, 2020 — 2024.

Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, 2017 — 2020.


University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Affiliate Graduate Faculty, Department of Philosophy, 2019 — ongoing.


Brown University

Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, 2013 — 2017.


EDUCATION    

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Ph.D. in Philosophy, 2012.

Dissertation: ‘Chance, Indeterminacy, and Explanation’. Committee: Brad Skow, Robert Stalnaker, Ned Hall.


Cornell University

B.A. in Physics, Philosophy, 2005. Summa Cum Laude.


Oxford University

Visiting student in Physics and Philosophy. 2003-2004.


Areas of Specialization    

Metaphysics, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Physics.


Areas of Competence

Epistemology, Applied Ethics, Logic & Critical Reasoning



HONORS & AWARDS    



PUBLICATIONS    

BOOKS


PAPERS


BOOK REVIEWS & OTHER SCHOLARSHIP


IN PROGRESS

BOOK PROJECTS


PAPERS



SELECTED RECENT PRESENTATIONS


‘Naturalism Beyond the Limits of Science’


‘Self-grading in the Philosophy Classroom’ at the Eastern APA teaching hub session on alternative grading. January 2022.



‘Configuration Space Realism and Fundamentality’


‘The Governing Conception of the Wavefunction’


'Subjective and Objective in the Metaphysics of Science'


'Quantum Correlations and the Explanatory Power of Radical Metaphysical Hypotheses'


‘What Was and What Could Be: What Makes Time Different from Modality’

(Additional presentations listed on full CV.)


TEACHING

AT MOUNT HOLYOKE

    

AT BROWN


AT MIT


SERVICE

TO THE PROFESSION


AT MOUNT HOLYOKE


AT BROWN