I'm an Assistant Professor at UNC Chapel Hill and have wide-ranging interests in Kant, early modern philosophy, and contemporary ethics and moral psychology. In my historical research, my projects focus primarily on Kant’s idealism, disputes about the infinite and the indeterminate, and debates in early modern metaphysics and philosophy of mind. In my research in ethics and moral psychology, I focus on the moral emotions, the role of reactive attitudes in our responsibility practices, and the significance of close personal relationships for a compelling account of moral responsibility and our normative practices more generally.