I'm a lecturer (the UK equivalent of an assistant professor) in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Sheffield specializing in the philosophy of cognitive science and mind. In my work I try and understand how creatures like us come to think about and perceive time. I also study issues in the philosophy of cognitive science more generally (esp. issues regarding mental representation), philosophy of science (esp. kinds in cognitive science), philosophy of language, and metaphysics.
At Sheffield I teach modules in the philosophy of science, epistemology, and philosophy of cognitive science (also as part of the Cognitive Studies program). Email me if you're curious about what I'm teaching!
Before coming to the UK, I was postdoc with Bence Nanay at the Centre for Philosophical Psychology at the University of Antwerp. Before that I received my PhD from the Department of Philosophy at the University of British Columbia. And before that I got an MA in philosophy from the University of Houston and BA in philosophy and psychology from New York University.
Most people call me Jerry.