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I am a Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of York. Prior to coming to York, I received my PhD from Princeton University, where I wrote a dissertation on Phenomenal Concepts and the Mind-Body Problem. I was a Bersoff Fellow at NYU from 2012-2013, and an Assistant Professor at Bowling Green from 2013-2014.
My primary research interests focus on consciousness (its nature, contents, and how we think about it), mental imagery, and introspection. I have secondary interests throughout philosophy of mind and areas that touch on it, including intentionality, personal identity and the unity of consciousness, Berkeleyan idealism, metaethical non-naturalism, and character/virtue.