I am currently a Postdoctoral Researcher with Bence Nanay at the Centre for Philosophical Psychology at the University of Antwerp. Starting in Fall 2020, I will be taking up a lectureship in the philosophy of science in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Sheffield. Prior to that, I received my PhD (February 2017) at the University of British Columbia - Vancouver under the supervision of Eric Margolis. My dissertation, "Time and Mind: The Cognitive Science of Temporal Representation", focused on philosophical and methodological issues that arise in the cognitive science of temporal representation. More generally, my research falls within the philosophy of mind and cognitive science (with a focus on mental representation and theories of content) and (sometimes related) topics in philosophy of science, philosophy of language and metaphysics.
Prior to UBC, I received my MA in philosophy from the University of Houston. Before that, I received a BA in philosophy and psychology from New York University.
Most people call me Jerry.