DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
I work primarily on Immanuel Kant, Post-Kantian traditions (especially Phenomenology and Neo-Kantianism), and Aesthetics. I'm interested in the relations between perception, cognition, and aesthetics, as well as the pervasive role imagination plays in our lives.
I am currently at work on a systematic interpretation of Kant's theory of imagination tentatively titled Seeing More: Kant's Theory of Imagination. I am also exploring the neglected work of the early 20th-century German philosopher, Edith Landmann-Kalischer and editing the first English translation of her work (translated by Daniel Dahlstrom, to appear in the Oxford New Histories of Philosophy Series).