[Forthcoming] with Lisa Lloyd, Stu Gluck, and Seth McGinnis. “Varieties of Data-Centric Science: Regional Climate Modeling and Model Organism Research” Philosophy of Science (Available here)

[Forthcoming] with Kevin Elliott. “Non-epistemic values and scientific assessment: an adequacy-for-purpose view” European Journal for the Philosophy of Science (Open Access Here)

[2022] “Is HPS a valuable component of a STEM education? An Empirical Study of Student Interest in HPS Courses within an Undergraduate Science Curriculum” European Journal for the Philosophy of Science (Open Access Here. Part of an EJPS Topical Collection on Teaching HPS to Students of Other Disciplines)

[2022]  “Aligning Social Goals and Scientific Numbers” in Limits of the Numerical: Perspectives from Humanities and Social Sciences (eds. Anna Alexandrova, Stephen John, and Chris Newfield), University of Chicago Press

[2022] “Looking Forward and Backward at Extreme Event Attribution in Climate Policy.” Ethics, Policy, & Environment (Available here)

[2021] “Does democracy require value-neutral science? Analyzing the legitimacy of scientific information in the political sphere” Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science 90: 102-110 (Access here)

[2021]  “Saving the Data.” The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 72(1) (Available here)

[2020] “Political Legitimacy in the Democratic View: The Case of Climate Services.” Philosophy of Science 87 (5): 991-1002 (Open access: available here)

[2020]. “The Ultimate Cost of Carbon.” Climatic Change (with co-authors David Archer and Edwin Kite, available here)

[2020]. “Should individual extreme events be attributed to human agency?” in Contemporary Climate Change Debates, Mike Hulme (ed.), Routledge. (Publisher link)

[2019]. “Incorporating User Values into Climate Services.” Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (with co-author Wendy Parker) (Open access: available here)

[2017]. “The Social Utility of Event Attribution: Liability, Adaptation, and Justice-Based Loss and Damage.” Climatic Change 143 (1–2):201–12. (Available here)

[2016]. “Computer Simulation and the Features of Novel Empirical Data.” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A Vol. 56 145-152. (Available here)


I currently have several papers in various phases of the review process. Please feel free to contact me regarding works in progress.


[2019]. “Philosophy and Climate Science, by Eric Winsberg.” The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science Review of Books (Available here)

[2016]The Ecological Footprint, by Andrea Collins and Andrew Flynn.” Science and Public Policy (Available here)

[2014]. “A Vast Machine, by Paul N. Edwards.” Annals of Science Vol 71:2 (Available here)

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