I am currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. For the academic year 2014—2015, I will be an Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow in the philosophy department at New York University.
My research interests lie at the intersections of the philosophy of science, metaphysics, and epistemology. My work in metaphysics and the philosophy of science focuses on causation, counterfactuals, and chance. In epistemology, I am interested in the relationship between the sorts of rational norms that govern partial belief states and those that govern full belief states.
You may find a copy of my current curriculum vitae here.
The Emergence of Causation
(University of Michigan, 2014)
How to Learn from Theory-Dependent Evidence; or Commutativity and Holism: A Solution for Conditionalizers
forthcoming in The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science