Starting August 2023, I will be a visiting assistant professor in the Philosophy Department at Vassar College. I received my PhD from the University of Notre Dame in August 2020. My research focuses on logic, philosophy of logic, and philosophy of mathematics. Much of my current work examines the nature of translation, equivalence, and reduction using tools from formal logic (especially contemporary model theory). I also have serious research interests in the philosophy of science and the history of 19th and 20th century philosophy (both Continental and Analytic traditions). Outside of philosophy, I'm passionate about prison education and translating Vietnamese poetry.
My current projects include papers on:
You can contact me at panhtranhoang [at] gmail [dot] com.
I have teaching interests in a variety of areas including logic, philosophy of science, philosophy of language, Asian philosophy, Existentialism, and history of philosophy (especially 19th and 20th century philosophy).