Asst. Professor (California State University)
Starting Fall 2019, Josh will be an Assistant Professor in the philosophy department at California State University, Fullerton. Before that, he spent three years as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Kansas State University. He researches epistemological and normative issues. He enjoys teaching a wide range of classes, including epistemology, philosophy of religion, medical ethics, and philosophy of race. He tries very hard to help students understand connections between what they learn in class and things they care about in real life. His hobbies include spending time with his wife, learning and playing with his daughter, running, cooking, and playing and developing games. Also, he will, without a doubt, make unsolicited podcast recommendations if you talk with him long enough.