My primary research interests are time, personal identity, the nature of life and death, and the nature of consciousness. I recently earned my Ph.D. from the University of Connecticut. In my dissertation, I defended a B-theoretic view of the passage of time. I spent the last two years teaching in Oregon at Willamette University and the University of Portland. I am currently teaching at the University of Connecticut. I also have interests in Ethics, Non-Western Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Science, and theories of the social construction of gender, race, and disability.