Margaret Greta Turnbull
I am a PhD Candidate in the Philosophy Department at Boston College. I work in Epistemology, especially Social Epistemology, and Philosophy of Science. My research assists individuals who find themselves in imperfect epistemic contexts. I have taught courses in logic, ethics, and the history of philosophy, and enjoy developing classroom practices that engage undergraduates creatively. My dissertation is on the epistemology of disagreement and my committee members are Daniel McKaughan (Chair), Richard Atkins, Catherine Elgin (Harvard), and Charity Anderson (Baylor). For the 2018-2019 academic year, I'm a visiting researcher in the Philosophy Department at Baylor University.
When not doing philosophy, I can often be found with Beowulf, watching Washington State University Cougar sports from afar.