I’m a Lecturer at the University of Toronto at Scarborough. I did my PhD in Philosophy at The University of Toronto, and graduated in 2017.
Most of my work is about attention and consciousness. I’ve also recently started work a project about the scientific study of romantic love and a few pedagogical projects (including both the pedagogy talks below and an additional one about accessibility and syllabus writing). When I’m not doing philosophy, I might be learning new recipes or playing boardgames.
I’m also on PhilPeople:
2018: “Intellectual attention, consciousness, and understanding”. International Association for Cognitive Semiotics.
2018: “The temporal profile of linguistic understanding”. Canadian Philosophical Association.
2019: “What’s valuable about teaching topics that are uncomfortable but everyday?”. American Philosophical Association – Eastern Division. Teaching Hub.
2019: “William James on the duration of judgment and the nature of consciousness”. American Philosophical Association – Pacific Division. Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy.
2019: “Teaching at the intersection of philosophy and science” American Philosophical Association – Pacific Division. Teaching Hub.