Lance Aschliman completed his undergraduate work at Purdue University and finished an MA in philosophy at Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis in 2012.  His main interests are in epistemology, metaethics, and philosophy of language.

Email: l.aschliman@umiami.edu
Website: http://miami.academia.edu/LanceAschliman


Elizabeth Cantalamessa received her B.A. and M.A. in philosophy at the University of Wyoming. Her main interests are in epistemology, philosophy of science, and aesthetics. 

Email: ecantalamessa86@gmail.com


Daniel Corrigan received his B.A. in philosophy from Iowa State University and his M.A. in Philosophy from Georgia State University. His primary interests are in moral, political & legal philosophy and applied ethics, particularly issues concerning human rights. He is currently writing a dissertation that explores the intersection of human rights theory with other fields, including business ethics and environmental ethics.

Email: d.corrigan1@umiami.edu


David DiDomenico received his M.A. in Philosophy from Georgia State University and his B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Akron. His philosophical interests are in philosophy of mind, epistemology, ethics, and cognitive science. He is currently writing a dissertation on the nature and epistemic role of inference.

Email: dad71@miami.edu
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Adam Hauptfeld  graduated from the University of California - Santa Cruz in 2009 with a BA in Philosophy. His interests are in metaphysics and epistemology.




Nihel Jhou received his M.A. in Philosophy from National Taiwan University in 2008. He has many interests in philosophy, particularly in philosophy of time, philosophy of mind, metaphysics in general, and semantics.

Email: niheljhou@gmail.com
Website: https://miami.academia.edu/NihelJhou


Do─čan Kazakli graduated with an M.A. in Philosophy from Bogazici University, Istanbul. My main interest in philosophy is the intersection of metaphysics and the philosophy of language.

Email: kazakli@gmail.com


Casey Landers received a B.A. in philosophy and psychology from Texas Tech University and an M.A. in philosophy from Georgia State University. She is primarily interested in empirically informed philosophy of mind, especially areas pertaining to perception, representation, and the imagination.

 

Email: caseyleelanders@me.com


Theodore D. Locke received his B.A. in philosophy, with a minor in mathematics, from the University of North Florida in 2012.  He is interested in metaphysical grounding, modality, and how these two notions interact.  He also has interests in philosophical logic and philosophy of Buddhism.

Email: t.locke1@umiami.edu



Azenet Lopez comes from Mexico City. She earned her Bachelor degree at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) with a thesis on Spinoza and egoism. For her Master's degree, also at the UNAM, she wrote a thesis on metaphysical monism. Her main research interests are in Metaphysics and the Philosophy of Mind, and more recently in Logic.

Email: all56@umiami.edu


Haley Mathis graduated from Trinity University in 2011 with a B.A. in philosophy. Her main philosophical interests are in ethical theory and applied ethics, particularly virtue ethics and care ethics.

Email: h.mathis@umiami.edu


Felipe G. A. Moreira graduated from Boston College in 2013 with a M.A. in Philosophy. His main philosophical interests are in metaphilosophy and philosophy of mind. He also writes poetry.

 

Email: f.alvesmoreira@umiami.edu
Website: https://miami.academia.edu/FelipeGAMoreira
Poetry Website: http://aplasticabesta.blogspot.com/


Amanda McMullen graduated from Stetson University in 2012 with a BA. Her primary interests are in metaphysics, metametaphysics, epistemology, and Kant.




 

Shea Musgrave was born and raised in San Diego. He received his BA from Washington and Lee University in 2011, where he dual-majored in philosophy and religion. At W&L his primary philosophical background was in the history of philosophy. After completing his undergraduate degree he attended the MA program at Arizona State University where his interests shifted to metaphysics and the philosophy of language.




Seong Oh graduated from Tufts University in 2011 with a MA in philosophy. Her main philosophical interests are in the philosophy of language, particularly the way language works between mind and world.




Jordan Schummer graduated from San Diego State University in 2013 with an M.A. in philosophy. His primary philosophical interests are in the philosophy of film, philosophy of art, and philosophy of mind. He also has interests in metaphysics and philosophy of language.

Email:j.schummer@umiami.edu
Website:https://umiami.academia.edu/JordanSchummer


Zachary Swanson comes to us from the University of Houston, where in 2010 he earned his M.A. in Philosophy. His main philosophical interests are in philosophy of mind and cognitive science.




Brian Wermcrantz is a first year Ph.D. student interested in philosophy of mind, cognitive science, metaphysics, and philosophy of action. In particular, some of his current interests include perceptual content, cognition, and concepts. Before coming to Miami, Brian studied at Grinnell College and then Brandeis.

Email: b.wermcrantz@gmail.com


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