Teaching

As Primary Instructor

  • Primary Instructor. Self-Knowledge, Self-Ignorance, and Ethics.
    Philosophy and Humanities Departments, Yale University of Chicago. 2018.
    Main authors: Augustine, Montaigne, Marx, Nietzsche, Freud, Fanon, Baldwin.’
  • Primary Instructor. Kant and Existentialism: Autonomy and Morality.
    Philosophy Department, University of Chicago. 2016.
    Main authors: Kant, Nietzsche, de Beauvoir.
  • Pedagogy Instruction. Diversity in the Classroom.
    Chicago Center for Teaching, University of Chicago. 2014-present.
    Workshop designed to help instructors create an enabling learning environment for minority students.
  • Primary Instructor. Philosophical Perspectives on Feminism.
    Philosophy Department, Pace University. 2009.
    Small discussion-based seminar for undergraduates.
    Main authors: de Beauvoir, MacKinnon, Collins, Frye.

Sample Syllabi

As Co-Instructor

  • Co-Instructor. Directed Studies, Philosophy Section.
    Humanities Department, Yale University. 2017-2018.
    Main authors: most canonical philosophers from Plato to Murdoch.

As Teaching Assistant

  • Teaching Assistant. Introduction to Political Philosophy. (Prof. Ben Laurence)
    Philosophy Department, University of Chicago. 2015.
    Large lecture course for undergraduates, I ran two discussion sections.
    Main authors: Rawls, Nozick, Okin, Appiah, N. Zack, E. Anderson.
  • Teaching Assistant. Introduction to Ancient Philosophy. (Prof. Agnes Callard)
    Philosophy Department, University of Chicago. 2014.
    Large lecture course for undergraduates, I ran two discussion sections.
    Main authors: Plato, Aristotle.
  • Teaching Assistant. Critique of Humanism. (Prof. Candace Vogler)
    Philosophy Department, University of Chicago. 2014.
    Large lecture course for undergraduates, I ran two discussion sections.
    Main authors: Descartes, Hegel, Marx, Gramsci, Fanon, Freud, Lacan.
  • Teaching Assistant. Introduction to Ethics. (Prof. Larry May)
    Philosophy Department, Vanderbilt University. 2011.
    Large lecture course for undergraduates, I ran two discussion sections.
    Main authors: Aristotle, Kant, Mill.

Pedagogy Courses

  • Teach-In on Race and Pedagogy. Center for Race, Politics, and Culture, University of Chicago.
  • Diversity in the Classroom. Philosophy Department Pedagogy Program, University of Chicago.
  • Creating an Enabling Classroom. Chicago Center for Teaching, University of Chicago.

 

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