I am a Postgraduate Research Associate and Lecturer in the Philosophy Department at Princeton University, where I did my PhD as well. I specialize in the metaphysics of mind. My dissertation, supervised by Gideon Rosen, argues for property dualism as an answer to the mind-body problem. I am also interested in questions about vagueness, grounding, and phenomenal representation.
I received my BA in mathematics from Reed College in 2009. Before coming to Princeton in 2011, I taught seventh-grade math for two years.