Marianna Bergamaschi Ganapini’s main areas of research are Philosophy of Mind and Epistemology. Her most recent publications are a paper in philosophy of language (“Doubting Assertion”) and a paper on the moral error theory (“Why We Can Still Believe the Error Theory”). Her work currently focuses on reasoning and mental states such as belief and imagination. She also has related interests in metaethics, philosophy of language, and philosophy of action. Before coming to Union College, she taught Philosophy and Expository Writing at Johns Hopkins University and Goucher College.