I am an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Postdoctoral Associate in the Philosophy Department at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. My main interests are in the philosophy of language, especially in semantics and pragmatics. I also have interests in epistemology and philosophy of mind. I completed my PhD in Philosophy at MIT in 2018. My CV is here.
One of my current projects focuses on modality and practical language. Among other things, it explores the relationship between ability, success and the open future; and the connection between ability and know-how attributions.
Another project explores the constraints on overarching approaches to epistemology imposed by popular principles in the epistemology of conditionals. In particular, I argue that that various principles linking beliefs in conditionals to belief revision policies are in tension with core tenets of externalist epistemology.