Teaching

Teaching Experience:

As Instructor of Record

Brandeis University:

Spring 2022 – PHIL 16a: Introduction to Ancient Philosophy

Spring 2022 – PHIL 21a: Environmental Ethics

Spring 2022 – PHIL 114b: Topics in Ethical Theory – Abnormal Moral Psychology

Fall 2021 – PHIL 125b: Philosophy of Law (Syllabus)

Fall 2021 – PHIL 148a: Free Will and Responsibility (Syllabus)

UNC – Chapel Hill:

Spring 2018 – PHIL 280: Morality and Law (Syllabus)

Spring 2017 – PHIL 210: Ancient Greek Philosophy (Syllabus)

Summer 2015 – PHIL 165: Bioethics (Syllabus)

Spring 2015 – PHIL 160: Introduction to Ethics (Syllabus)

As Teaching Assistant

UNC – Chapel Hill:

Fall 2014 – PHIL 112: Making Sense of Ourselves, C.D.C. Reeve

Spring 2014 – PHIL 155: Introduction to Mathematical Logic, Keith Simmons

Fall 2013 – PHIL 160: Introduction to Ethics, Geoff Sayre-McCord

Tufts University:

Spring 2011 – PHIL 24: Introduction to Ethics, David Denby

Fall 2010 – PHIL 3: Language and Mind, Daniel Dennett

Center for Talented Youth (Johns Hopkins University) – Santa Cruz Site:

Summer Programs (gifted students from grades 7-10)

Introduction to Philosophy, Introduction to Logic

Other Teaching Materials:

Teaching Statement

Teaching Evaluations

Sample Syllabi