I am an assistant professor of philosophy at Towson University. My research focuses on social epistemology and anti-representational semantics. Before joining the faculty at Towson I earned my PhD at Johns Hopkins, was a visiting scholar at the University of Sydney, and got my BA at the Ohio State University. You can find my full CV in the menu on the left.
This site contains resources for students, and information about my research. I can be reached at ntebben (at) towson.edu.
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When I'm not doing academic things, I play first base on a softball team, I play guitar very poorly, and I help combat poverty by funding micro loans in the third world.