Before graduate school, I was an aspiring statistician at Washington University in my native St. Louis. While I focus on the practice of observation and analysis in early modern Europe, I also study probability, statistics, and the conceptual problems posed by empirical inference today. I'm particularly compelled by the entanglement of literary theory and the philosophy of science.
To this end, I coordinate the English Department's Theory Colloquium, which will sponsor a reading group on Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit in the 2016-2017 academic year. For more information, write me at email@example.com.