SHARON BERRY 
"...to locate in the blackness with a gasp Terra the fair, an orbicle of jasp"  Pale Fire, V. Nabokov 
I wrote my dissertation on ``the access problem'' (aka The Benacerraf Problem) at Harvard under Warren Goldfarb, Peter Koellner , Ned Hall, and Bernard Nickel and then spent a year as postdoc at the Australian National University under Dave Chalmers and Daniel Stoljar. I'm now a Polonsky Fellow at the Van Leer Institute in Jerusalem.
I mostly work on the foundations of a priori knowledge, (meta)metaphysical issues concerning realism and knowledge by convention, and the philosophy of mathematics and logic  with a special focus on epistemological issues, set theory, and connections to metaethics.
Many of my publications develop tools for a proposed solution to the Benacerraf Problem which embraces extreme truth value realism (e.g., definite facts about the Continuum Hypothesis and the Generalized Continuum Hypothesis), the literal existence of mathematical objects, and fairly traditional a priorist epistemology of mathematics. If successful, this project has powerful implications for other areas of philosophy, e.g., in defeating the companions in guilt argument.
Publications
Under Review
Book A Logical Foundation for Potentialist Set TheoryWork In Progress
Just for Fun

Teaching Tools and Logic GamesHere's a link to the logic website I cowrote one summer for Harvard's intro logic class, and some educational games I've written. Contact?Say hello at seberry@invariant.org if you want to see draft papers or talk shop.Paper Length Overview of Dissertation/Access Problem StuffSolving the Access Problem for Logical Possibility See CAFAP, CQVMF and MSS for details, the book for a sample `logic of logical possibility', and PNCG for metaethical applications.CV etc.CV 