2017 – present: Associate Professor and Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy, Brasenose College, Oxford
2016 – 2017: Postgraduate Research Associate, Department of Philosophy, Princeton University
2013 – 2016: Ph.D. Philosophy (Program in Classical Philosophy), Princeton University
2010 – 2013: M.A. Philosophy (Program in Classical Philosophy), Princeton University
2005 – 2009: B.A. (magna cum laude) Philosophy & Government, Claremont McKenna College
Forthcoming: ‘Creating a Mind Fit for Truth: the Stoic Account of the Kataleptic Impression’, Ancient Philosophy
Forthcoming: 'What Do Our Impressions Say? The Stoic Theory of Perceptual Content and Belief Formation', Apeiron
My research focuses on ancient Greek philosophy, primarily Platonic and Stoic epistemology and moral psychology. I am also interested in Epicurean epistemology and Aristotelian moral psychology.