I am an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Postdoctoral Associate in the Philosophy Department at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. I completed my PhD in Philosophy at MIT in June 2018. You can find my CV here.
My main interests are in the philosophy of language, especially in semantics and pragmatics. I also have interests in epistemology, decision theory and philosophy of mind.
Much of my work is on modality. I've worked on the interactions between epistemic modality and time, the relationship between the deontic and epistemic `should', and the semantics of ability modals.
Many of my current projects focus on the intersection of philosophy of language with epistemology. At the moment I'm working on the semantics of know-how attributions, contextualism about 'knows' and on connections between conditionals and iteration principles for knowledge.