"Antiunitary Equivalence," [Preprint]

"Can Quantum Thermodynamics Save Time?" Philosophy of Science (2021) [Preprint/Journal]

"On the Ostrogradski Instability; or, Why Physics Really Uses Second Derivatives," The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2019) [Preprint/Journal]

"Deciphering the Algebraic CPT Theorem," Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics (2019) [Preprint/Journal]

"How to be a Relativistic Spacetime State Realist,'' The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2018) [Preprint/Journal]

"Review of Jonathan Bain's CPT Invariance and the Spin-Statistics Connection," Philosophy of Science (2018) [Preprint/Journal]

"A Philosopher's Guide to the Foundations of Quantum Field Theory," Philosophy Compass (2017) [Journal]

"The Conventionality of Parastatistics," with David Baker and Hans Halvorson, The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2015) [Preprint/Journal]

"On North's `The Structure of Physics'," with Hans Halvorson, unpublished (2012) [Preprint]

Work in Progress

Relativistic Quantum Field Theory, Elements in the Philosophy of Physics, Cambridge University Press

"String Worldsheet Relationalism," with David Baker and Jacob Barandes

"State Space Axioms for Quantum Field Theory," with Hans Halvorson

"Three Field Ontologies for QFT"

"CPT, Spin-Statistics, and State Space Geometry"

"On Theoretical Equivalence"

"Counting Quanta"

"Is Algebraic QFT Narratable?"

Recent and Upcoming Talks

"Antiunitary Equivalence," 2020 PSA, Baltimore, November 11-14, 2021

"Particles, Fields, or Both?", symposium with Mario Hubert, Dustin Lazarovichi, and Charles Sebens, 2021 EPSA, University of Turin, September 15-18, 2021 (online)

"CPT + Relativistic Spacetime State Realism," Philosophy of Physics Bootcamp, Cambridge University/London School of Economics, February 9 and April 20, 2021 (online)

"Three Field Ontologies for QFT,” Philosophy of Physics Reading Group, California Institute of Technology, January 27, 2021 (online)

"CPT, Spin-Statistics, and Non-Causal Explanation," Harvard Foundations of Physics Mini Workshop: Foundations of Quantum Field Theory, Harvard University, May 15, 2020 (online)

Talk Videos

"CPT, Spin-Statistics, and Non-Causal Explanation," Harvard, May 15, 2020 [Link]

"What are the Distinctively Relativistic Features of Quantum Field Theory?" panel discussion with Michael Miller, Wayne Myrvold, and Doreen Fraser, Western Ontario, June 13, 2019 [Link]

"CPT, Spin-Statistics, and State Space Geometry," Western Ontario, June 13, 2019 [Link]