I am an associate professor of philosophy and director of the graduate program at Loyola University Chicago. I have published articles on topics in phenomenology such as personhood, attention, rationality, and phenomenological method. My current research interest is in theories of reason that take our socio-historical embeddedness seriously. While I have mainly written on Husserl and post-Husserlian phenomenology, I also have an interest in moral psychology and social epistemology. 

Before coming to Loyola I earned my PhD at the University of Leuven in Belgium, where I was a research fellow at the Husserl Archives. While in Leuven, I transcribed and edited a series of Husserl's lecture courses on the history of philosophy that was then published in the Husserliana Materialien series as Einleitung in die Philosophie 1916–1920.

I am the series editor of the Series in Continental Thought at Ohio University Press, the book-review editor of Husserl Studies, a continental philosophy section editor of Ergo, and an editorial board member of Tijdschrift voor Filosofie. I am also on the board of directors of CARP (Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology) and on the SPEP Book Selection Advisory Committee.