I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan. Before coming to Michigan, I completed my PhD at the University of Southern California, and my BA at UNC Chapel Hill.
I work mainly on issues in metaphysics and philosophical logic, particularly those that concern radically permissive ontologies. Many of my recent projects explore material plenitude: the view that there is a multitude of coincident objects wherever there is any material object. I also have interests in epistemology, philosophy of language, and aesthetics.
For full abstracts and works in progress, check out my Research page.
See my Teaching page for information about courses I'm teaching, as well as my UM Student Resources page, where I've compiled information about student support resources available at the University of Michigan.