This academic year (2013-14) I am on research leave, working on a book tentatively entitled Stealing the Strings of Sappho: Essays in the Philosophy of Poetry, under the auspices of the Philip L. Quinn fellowship at the National Humanities Center.
I have presented my research at the Rutgers University Center for Cognitive Science, at the Institut Jean Nicod in Paris, at the Universities of Auburn, Barcelona, Cincinnati, Houston, Lisbon, Maryland, Murcia, Nottingham, Oklahoma, and Oslo, among others, and at the meetings of the American Philosophical Association, the American Society for Aesthetics, and the British Society of Aesthetics. Recent and forthcoming presentations include:
I recently defended The Philosophical Importance of Aesthetics in my first contribution to the blogosphere. After a lively debate there, the discussion continues here.
For further information, please visit the pages linked above.
Page last updated on 25 March 2014.