Teaching Assistant Professor
Core Faculty, Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program
109A Caldwell Hall
I am a political theorist that works at the intersection of political epistemology and political psychology. I employ a broad range of methods, including game theory, computational modeling, and experimental design and statistical modeling, to weigh in on questions regarding not only how we think and feel, but also the upshot of those patterns for our normative aspirations for the world. I’m one of a few, but growing number of political theorists who work both normatively and empirically. I joined the Philosophy Department and the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Program on January 1, 2024.