I am a Bersoff Faculty Fellow in the NYU Philosophy Department. I will be joining the Philosophy Department at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor as Assistant Professor in August 2024. I completed a PhD in philosophy at Princeton University in August 2022. You can find my CV here.
I specialize in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy. My recent research focuses on foundational issues in ancient Greek metaphysics, including the concept of essence and the Principle of Non-Contradiction. I am also interested in contemporary metaphysics, ancient Greek and Roman ethics, and the reception of Aristotelianism in medieval Jewish and Islamic philosophy. For more about my work, see my research page.
I am on the steering committee for the Open Plato Project. We are creating a digital translation and commentary of Plato's Alcibiades to serve as model for a new and more open kind of resource for readers of ancient Greek philosophical texts.
When I am not writing or teaching, I am often making a sandwich or trying a new hot sauce. You can follow some of my hot sauce adventures here.