I am interested in the nature of representation in mind, science, and art. My work focuses on questions about how the mind works that can be illuminated by research in psychology and neuroscience, and on the foundations of those sciences, especially how they model and explain the workings of the mind/brain. Recently I have begun to work on images and the limits of representation in the visual arts.
I received my BA from UC Berkeley in 1996 and my MA from Brown University in 1999, both in philosophy. In 2003, I received my Ph.D. from Washington University in St. Louis in Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology.
Since Fall 2009 I have been in the philosophy department at Georgia State University. In Spring 2012 I was promoted to associate professor and tenured. I am also an associate faculty member in the Neuroscience Institute.
Department of Philosophy
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 3994
Atlanta, GA 30302-3994