I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Liberal Studies at the University of Southern Maine.
I received my Ph.D. from Syracuse University, and did my undergraduate work in philosophy at Southern Methodist University.
My areas of interest include the philosophy of agency, the philosophy of religion, ethical theory, and metaphysics.
Here are links to my CV, philpapers page, and academia.edu page.
My dissertation, "Incompatibilist Alternative Possibilities", concerns the metaphysics of free will. The dissertation has two primary aims. First, it aims to defend the position that the alternative possibilities that are required for basic desert moral responsibility are incompatible with causal determinism. Second, it aims to investigate such incompatibilist alternative possibilities, specifically in relation to manipulation, deliberation, and Molinist counterfactuals of freedom.