I am Jason Marsh, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, at St. Olaf College (about 40 miles south of Minneapolis, USA). You can visit my departmental page here. My research is in ethics (esp. procreative ethics, a sub field of bioethics; normative ethics, and science and ethics, including the implications of happiness research). I also work on select topics in social philosophy, moral epistemology, and philosophy of religion (esp. science and religion, problem of evil, divine hiddenness). I have published papers in such journals as Bioethics, The Monist, and Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.