I am an assistant professor of philosophy at the Department of Philosophy, at Princeton University. Prior to joining Princeton,  I was an assistant professor at the Department of Philosophy at Columbia University, a Bersoff assistant professor/faculty fellow in Philosophy at NYU, and a research fellow in philosophy at the School of Philosophy at ANU.

I have earned my PhD in Philosophy and a Certificate in Cognitive Science from Rutgers University in 2016. 

I mainly work in philosophy of language, formal semantics and pragmatics of natural languages and philosophical logic. I also work in philosophy of mind, cognitive science and epistemology. 
 
My research aims at understanding and modeling language and linguistic communication. This situates my work within a network of traditional questions in philosophy of language, as well as within a set of empirical questions in linguistics and cognitive sciences. My most recent work concerns the interplay between context-change and context-sensitivity, and the way in which the mechanisms of information structure and discourse coherence affect the resolution of semantic ambiguities.
 
You can find some of my papers here, and you can access a copy of my CV here.