Broadly, my research interests are centered on ancient and medieval philosophers. These interests are purely philosophical: I think these philosophers make rigorous, elegant arguments; draw useful distinctions; and discuss important concepts. Much of their work is, I think, useful to philosophers even today.
Right now, I am working on writing a book manuscript on Aristotle's theory of causation. The manuscript focuses on accidental causation, a causal concept that lies at the intersection of Aristotle's natural philosophy and his metaphysics.
In addition to my work on Aristotle, there are various other projects that I'm thinking about at any given time. E.g., I have a long-standing interest in what late medieval philosophers have to say about causation and causal powers. And I'm intermittently working on a project on Stoic natural philosophy, thinking specifically about how to develop their concept of mixtures.