BA, Williams College, 1995; MSc, University of Edinburgh, 1997; PhD, University of Pittsburgh, 2002
Assistant professor, Johns Hopkins University, 2002-2007
Philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, feminism in philosophy
I'm curious about how much of our mental activity — including our perceptual experiences — we manage to express in language; how much one's physical location could affect not only what one can know, but what one can think. I'm also exploring whether justice can be done to the richness of our interactions with young children (and adults who never learn to speak) while still thinking of linguistic content as a good model for mental content.
- "Managing Mismatch Between Belief and Behavior," forthcoming in Pacific Philosophical Quarterly.
- "Illocution and Expectations of Being Heard," Out from the Shadows: Analytical Feminist Contributions to Traditional Philosophy, ed. by Sharon L. Crasnow and Anita M. Superson (Oxford University Press, 2012)
- "Delusions and Dispositionalism about Belief," Mind and Language 26 (November 2011)
- "Delusions and Not-Quite-Beliefs," Neuroethics (2011, doi: 10.1007/s12152-011-9126-4)
- "Modeling Expressing on Demonstrating," Journal of Philosophical Research (February 2011)
- "Showing by Avowing," Acta Analytica 25 (March 2010)
- "Pains, Imperatives, and Intentionalism," Journal of Philosophy 106 (March 2009)
- "Diminished Rationality and the Space of Reasons," Canadian Journal of Philosophy 38 (December 2008)
- "Davidson's Fear of the Subjective," Southern Journal of Philosophy 44 (September 2006)
Mellon Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh 2000-2001; British Marshall Scholarship 1995