Hello! I'm Haixin (pronounced hi-SIN).
I am currently an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Nebraska Omaha.
My research is primarily on social epistemology and philosophy of science. I have additional research interests in ethics and social ontology. I received my PhD in History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh in 2019. I completed my BA at Cornell University. From 2019 to 2021, I was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Leeds, working with Robbie Williams on an ERC funded project, Group Thinking.
I can be reached at haixindang [a] unomaha.edu
- (July 1, 2020) I will be giving a Zoom talk at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.
- (May 28, 2020) I will be giving a virtual seminar over Zoom for Arché Epistemology Seminar at the University of St Andrews.
- (May 6, 2020) I will be giving a talk at the University of Cambridge in the CamPoS (Cambridge Philosophy of Science) seminar series. [This has been postponed due to COVID-19.]
- (Jan 6, 2020) I will be giving a public lecture at the University of Exeter as part of their Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture Series. You can find more information here.
- (Nov 20, 2019) I will be giving a colloquium at Aarhus University titled "The Structure of Collective Justification in Science."
- (Nov 19, 2018) Josh Habgood-Coote (Bristol) and I wrote a little paper in response to the proposed Journal of Controversial Ideas, which would allow authors the option to publish under a pseudonym, for The Conversation UK. This relates to my research on responsibility and ethics in science. You can read it here. It has also been picked up by Ars Technica.