I joined the Princeton Philosophy Department in 2014 after receiving my B.A. (summa cum laude) from Columbia in 2012. My dissertation focuses on ethics, blame, epistemology, and law.
Specifically, my dissertation investigates the questions (i) What is blame? (ii) What are desert, fittingness, and appropriateness? (iii) How does blame as a judgment-sensitive attitude relate to belief as a 'truth-sensitive' attitude? (iv) How do the norms governing blame relate to the norms governing our practices of punishment?
In the 2016-2017 academic year, I am co-chair of the Princeton Workshop for Normative Philosophy (PWNP) (please e-mail me if you'd like to participate or attend), and an 'AI' for Gideon Rosen's fall 'Intro to M&E.' In the 2015-2016 year, I was Graduate Representative with Marcus Gibson.
My chosen AOS's are Ethics and Metaphysics. My AOC's are Normative Epistemology, Political Philosophy, Law, Meta-Philosophy, and corgis (esp. corgis herding sheep).