I am a PhD candidate in philosophy at the University of California, Santa Barbara. My areas of specialization are epistemology and ethics, including research at the intersection of the two domains. My areas of competence include modern philosophy, philosophy of action, philosophy of religion, political philosophy, and social philosophy. Please visit my research page for information about my research.
Two overall aims shape my teaching (i) to foster an interactive and supportive learning environment, and (ii) to motivate students to take ownership of their learning process. My teaching interests include my areas of specialization and competence. Additional teaching interests include critical thinking and logic, philosophy of law, philosophy of race, feminist philosophy, metaphysics, and the nature and limits of ignorance. Please see my teaching page for more about my teaching.