I am a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Virtues and Vocations Project at the University of Notre Dame and an FWF Research Fellow at the University of Graz.
Before coming to Notre Dame, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Cologne's Center for Contemporary Epistemology and the Kantian Tradition, a Dean's Postdoctoral Fellow at Florida State University, and the Mellon Course Design Coordinator for the Philosophy as a Way of Life Project. I received my PhD in philosophy from the University of Arizona, and while dissertating, I also spent time as a visiting researcher at Brown, Notre Dame, and Rutgers. For more information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Checking and the Argument from Inquiry | Acta Analytica (Forthcoming) (Draft) (Invited commentary on Guido Melchior’s Knowing and Checking)
Rational Supererogation and Epistemic Permissivism | Philosophical Studies (2022) 179:571–591 . (Draft)
Does Being Rational Require Being Ideally Rational? | Philosophical Topics (2021) 49.2: 245-266 (Draft)
Incoherent but Reasonable: A Defense of Truth-Abstinence in Political Liberalism | Social Theory and Practice, with Alex Schaefer (2020) 46.3: 573–603. (Draft)
Popular Teaching Contributions
Undergraduate Philosophy Club: Florida State University | Blog of the American Philosophical Association, with Dan Crook (July 14, 2021)
What Makes a Course Effective? | Blog of the American Philosophical Association (February 10, 2021)
What Makes a Course Engaging? | Blog of the American Philosophical Association (December 16, 2020)
No Online, Ed-Tech Tool Will Save the Fall Semester | Blog of the American Philosophical Association (September 23, 2020)
How Do I Know if I am Improving at Online Teaching? | The Philosophers' Cocoon (September 3, 2020)
Creating Community in the Online Format | Philosophy, Ethics, Academia (August 24, 2020)
How Should We Grade Students During a Pandemic? | Daily Nous (August 11, 2020)