Here is the paper I gave at the Oberlin Philosophy Colloquium last month. In it I discuss recent experimental work relevant to (or at least often enough taken to be relevant to) epistemic contextualism. I believe the papers for that conference will be appearing in a special issue of Philosophical Studies. Comments welcome (either left as comments to this post or e-mailed to me at my-first-name dot my-last-name at yale dot edu).
Some readers may get a kick out of footnote #18, at the bottom of p. 22:
I guess it’s a sign that I’m a true armchair philosopher at heart that I’m here discussing the bearing of the results of an experimental philosophy survey—that I’ve only imagined has been conducted!