Jason is the librarian for Robbins Library, the library of the Department of Philosophy. He manages and maintains a fascinating historical collection and assists patrons with philosophy-related research.
He comes to philosophy by a meandering route through the sciences and theology, and to library science by serendipity.
His philosophical interests include practical reasoning, ethics, philosophy of religion, classical philosophy, medieval philosophy, Kierkegaard, and the intersection of philosophy and pop culture.
When not tending to the shelves of Robbins, Jason can be found reading, collecting jokes and puns -- especially the latter, since a good pun, after all, is its own reword -- screening classic films, indulging his bibliophilia in local bookstores, writing, and perfecting his culinary skills (mostly over a pot of soup).