CURRICULUM VITAE                         

Elís Miller

EDUCATION

2017-PRESENT: PhD Candidate, Philosophy

Harvard University

 

2015-2017: PhD Graduate Student, Philosophy

City University of New York, Graduate Center

2014: MA, Philosophy

King’s College London

 

2009: BA, Philosophy and Mathematics (HONORS double major)

Nyack College, New York

 

AREAS

 

Areas of Specialization: philosophy of mind, philosophy of language

 

Areas of Competence/Interest: cognitive science and psychology, epistemology (including social epistemology), american pragmatism

 

PAPERS AND WORK IN PROGRESS

 

“Attention, Representation, and Reinforcement Learning”

 

“Perception and Schizophrenia”

 

“Inattention and Cognitive Penetrability”

 

“Deceptive Speech and Social Norms”

 

“Pragmatism and Peirce’s Philosophy of Mind”

 

“Wittgenstein on Contradictory Standards of Meaning”

PRESENTATIONS

 

2014: 4th Annual Weber Philosophy of Language Conference, San Diego State University

“ Wittgensteinian propositions and the ruler metaphor”

 

2013: 7th Annual Ida B. Wells Conference, University of Memphis

“Cultural Identity and Solidarity”

 

AWARD AND FELLOWSHIPS

 

2015-2017: Graduate Center Fellowship, Provost Enhancement Award, University Fellowship, Graduate Assistant Teaching Fellowship

 

TEACHING

 

2016-2017: Graduate Teaching Fellowship, City College

Designed and taught two courses of Philosophy 10200: Introduction to Philosophy

 

GRADUATE COURSEWORK

 

2016: Intention and Acts of Meaning (Stephen Neale & Dan Harris), Logic for Philosophers (Joel Hamkins), Pragmatism and Neo-Pragmatism (Peter Godfrey Smith), Philosophy of Mind: Cognitive Architecture (Ned Block & Eric Mandelbaum), Blame and Forgiveness (Miranda Fricker)  

 

2015: Reference and Experimental Philosophy (Michael Devitt), Social Construction (Jesse Prinz), Logic (Lisa Warenski)

 

2013: Intentionality and Perception in Phenomenology and Ancient Philosophy (Mark Textor & MM McCabe), Foundations in Analytic Philosophy (Mark Textor)

 

2012: Philosophy of Mind (Bill Brewer), Kant: Critique of Pure Reason (John Callanan), 19th Century Continental Philosophy (Sacha Golob)

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

 

2016-2017: Pedagogy Workshop co-organizer, Minorities and Philosophy (MAP), CUNY Grad Center

 

2012-2014: MA Philosophy Representative, Student Staff Liaison Committee at King’s College London