I am a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto. My primary research focus is Scholastic logic and semantics, and how they compare with with their post-Fregean counterparts.
Currently, I am writing a dissertation on John Buridan’s account of modality and logical validity, under the supervision of Peter King. My committee comprises Martin Pickavé, Nate Charlow, and Deborah Black.
I also research and teach Latin. I am working on a project on the syntax of Scholastic Latin, specifically how Scholastic logicians took advantage of flexible Latin word order to disambiguate nested quantifiers.
For the remainder of 2019, I will be working at the University of Auckland, under the supervision of Chris Martin.
For mailing address and other information, see my CV.