I'm a postdoctoral fellow in philosophy at UNC–Chapel Hill. I work on a range of issues in metaphysics and the philosophy of science, and I also have research interests in logic and the philosophy of physics.
I received my PhD from NYU in 2015. My advisor was Kit Fine, and the other members of my committee were Ted Sider and Michael Strevens. Before coming to NYU, I studied math and philosophy at Yale and Oxford and taught math at Oundle School.
When I'm not doing philosophy, I like to play guitar.
My paper "Essentialist Explanation" is now forthcoming in Philosophical Studies.
I will be presenting my paper "Being Someone Else" at the Midsummer Philosophy Workshop at the University of Leeds.
I will be giving a talk at the 2018 Eastern APA at a symposium on time and modality parallels.
Department of Philosophy, CB# 3125, Caldwell Hall
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill NC 27599, USA