I mainly work in the philosophy of language, the philosophy of mind, and the history of analytic philosophy. At the moment, my main project deals with the cognitive underpinnings of humans' capacity for communication. I am working on a book manuscript and several essays on that topic. I also have active projects on the semantics of imperative clauses, the role of context in language use, and the history of semantics and pragmatics.
I will be teaching a course at the 2022 edition of the North American Summer School for Language, Logic, and Information (NASSLLI), which will take place at the University of Southern California on June 18–24, 2022. My course will be about the semantics–pragmatics interface, understood as an interface between linguistic and general cognition.