I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Claremont McKenna College. I work in Philosophy of Psychology (particularly perception and social cognition), Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Science, and Philosophy of Technology.
I completed my PhD in philosophy at UCLA. My dissertation work explored the nature of social bias and the workings of social cognition more generally. You can read the abstract here. From 2019-20, I was a Bersoff Faculty Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at New York University.
At present, my research interests extend theories of bias beyond individual agents to biases that manifest in other domains including machine learning programs, scientific inference, statistical models of the visual perceptual system, and societal and structural injustices.
Together with Jessie Munton at Cambridge, I am currently organizing a conference on the Nature of Bias to be hosted at CMC in April.