I am currently a Ph.D. student in Philosophy (expected Autumn 2017). My Ph.D. thesis is provisionally titled, 'Human organisms and the survival of death.' I have papers published in Sophia and the International Journal for Philosophy of Religion.
My research interests are, primarily, in Metaphysics (especially material constitution and the ontology of human persons) and, secondarily, in Epistemology (especially modal epistemology), and the Philosophy of Religion (especially life after death and religious perception).
During my study I’ve been a participant on several John Templeton funded research projects including: the ‘Exploring the Interim State Workshop’ (a part of the John Templeton Foundation’s Immortality Project) and, a ‘Special Divine Action Cluster Group’ (an initiative from the Ian Ramsey Centre).