I will spend Summer 2021 conducting archival research France and Scotland as part of my project Pascal’s Skeptical Solutions to Doubt and its Humean Reception. This research is funded by the Kristeller-Popkin Fellowship,
I am part of the New Narratives in Philosophy Early Career Research group and will present my work on Mary Shepherd's Cosmological Argument in 2021.
I was awarded a Course Revision Grant from the Center for Transnational Justice to revise my Early Modern course to address systemic racism by including content on the emergence and metaphysics of race during early modernity and the Enlightenment.
Last summer I gave an invited talk on experiential learning at Hamilton College's conference on pedagogical innovation. There is video of my presentation, "Existentialism Relived: Reflections on Experiential Learning" in the Hamilton College digital commons.
For some recent publications, please see my publications page.