Philosophy of Logic, Mathematics, and the Infinite
I am a Visiting Assistant Professor at Bucknell University. I attended Columbia University for my Ph.D. and Williams College for my undergraduate education. My primary interests are within philosophy of logic/mathematics and ancient philosophy, but I am also interested in the history of mathematics, philosophy of science, and American pragmatism (esp. Peirce).
I am also interested in Pedagogy training and development, both within Philosophy and more generally. I was previously a Lead Teaching Fellow within the Philosophy department, where I served as a point of contact between the department and the Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning, as well as a Teaching Scholar for the academic year 2016-2017. I am currently writing my dissertation, which has been funded by a Mellon/ACLS dissertation completion fellowship for the 2018-2019 academic year.