Philosophy, Science, and History: A Guide and Reader (Routledge, 2014).
Laws of Nature (Oxford University Press, with Walter Ott. In preparation).
“Methodological Realism and Modal Resourcefulness,” Synthese 2015, 192 (11): 3443-3462.
“Experiment and Theory Building,” Synthese 2012, 184 (3): 235-246.
“Reconsidering Experiments,” HOPOS: The Journal of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science 2011, 1 (2): 209-226.
“The Paradox of Infinite Given Magnitude,” Kant-Studien 2011, 102 (3): 273-289.
Niles Research Fellowship, Virginia Tech: “Instruments in Scientific Experiment,” 2012-13.
Diversity Grant, CLAHS Virginia Tech, with Ashley Shew and Bernice Hausman. Talk series “The Americans with Disabilities Act at 25 Years: Lived Experience and Further Directions,” 2015-16.
Symposium Grant, CLAHS Virginia Tech, with Ashley Shew: “Scientific and Everyday Images,” 2013-14.
Diversity Grant, CLAHS Virginia Tech, with Ashley Shew. “Dialogues on Accessibility,” 2012-3.
My work to date has centered on problems of method and of the approach to problem solving, explanation, and understanding in philosophy and in the sciences, with an emphasis on the role of experiment, of scientific models, and of applied mathematics in theory building and theory assessment. See my website at lydiapatton.com
Philosophy of Science
History of Philosophy of Science
Philosophy of Physics
Philosophy of Mathematics
Kant and Neo-Kantianism
Associate Editor, Journal of the History of Analytical Philosophy