I have taught at the University of Washington since 2012, first as an Acting Assistant Professor, and now as a Lecturer. I teach across the curriculum, having taught 13 different courses across the following areas: History of Philosophy -- Modern and 20th Century -- Ethics, Applied Ethics, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Science, Logic, and Practical Reasoning. I was a nominee and a finalist for a Distinguished Teaching Award for 2016 - 2017.
My research is mainly in the history of philosophy and philosophy of science. I'm particularly interested in values and science, debates about philosophical methodology in the history of analytic philosophy, and Kant and 20th century philosophy of science (the topic of my dissertation written under Paul Guyer, Elisabeth Camp, and Michael Weisberg).
Some of my work, my teaching portfolio, and CV can be found at my personal website.
Outside of academic philosophy, I am a member of the editorial committee of ARCADE, & feature edited an issue titled: "Authenticity: Navigating the Real in Cities, Design, and Art," with essays on restoration, preservation, concientious design, etc. I've also written about Kant and tunnel-boring machines for The Stranger, "Seattle's Only Newspaper," and published an essay with Doug Paletta in Arrested Development and Philosophy.
I am from Roswell, NM.