About

I am a graduate student in the History and Philosophy of Science department at the University of Pittsburgh. My interests are chiefly in philosophy of science and philosophy of applied mathematics. I also have interests in feminist philosophy and the interaction between metaphysics and science. I am the webmaster for a MAP website on best practices for the inclusive philosophy classroom. For more information in this vein, you can look at my CV.

I try to go hiking, backpacking, and mountaineering when I have the chance. This habit started in the rainforest-shrouded mountains of Malaysia, but these days my vacationing is more likely to take place in the Rockies or Iceland. In daily life I am more often found swimming, cycling, or running.

Contact Information

Address

Department of HPS
University of Pittsburgh
1017 Cathedral of Learning
Pittsburgh PA 15260
USA

Email

BBL3 [at] pitt [dot] edu