My work is primarily in epistemology, although I'm also interested in issues in metaphysics, philosophy of language, and philosophy of science. Presently, I am writing a dissertation focused on the epistemology of ideology. This work draws on diverse sources in proposing an account of ideological belief, the epistemic properties of ideological belief, and the application of this theory to the questions of ideological disagreement and conversion.

Additionally, I developed an interest in the digital humanities during my tenure as an Andrew W. Mellon Graduate Fellow in the Digital Humanities. Of particular interest to me are the ways that philosophy might benefit from digital methods. To find out more about my activities as a fellow click the button below to view my digital portfolio.