Andrew Moon earned his PH.D. at University of Missouri in 2010 and is currently a research fellow at the University of Notre Dame. His area of specialty is epistemology, and he has recently published on the internalism/externalism debate, memory, the epistemology of disagreement, and evolutionary moral debunking arguments. He is also working on a book on the relationship between knowledge and the doxastic attitudes (belief, doubt, confidence, and certainty).
Pamela Robinson is a PhD student at Rutgers University. Her research areas include epistemology, decision theory, and ethics. In her dissertation she attempts to resolve some puzzles about normativity. She is currently interested in rational action and rational belief under different kinds of uncertainty.