Courses Taught

DePaul University 2014-ongoing

  • Philosophy 341: Aesthetics
  • Philosophy 240: Love, Hatred, & Resentment (6 sections)
  • Philosophy 204: Existential Themes (5 sections)
  • Philosophy 236: Philosophy & the City (2 sections)
  • Philosophy 232: What is Freedom?
  • Philosophy/Criminology 209: Crime and Punishment (2 sections, upcoming)
  • Philosophy 200: Ethical Theories
  • Liberal Studies Program 200: Multiculturalism in a US Context: Identity & Transformation, Philosophical Challenges (2 sections)
  • Liberal Studies Program 200: Race, Power, and Anti-racism (1 section, upcoming)
  • Philosophy 100: Introduction to Philosophy (4 sections)
  • Philosophy 100: Introduction to Philosophy, coordinated with the Global Gateway Program
  • Liberal Studies 200: Sophomore Seminar on Multiculturalism in the U.S., Identity & Transformation, Philosophical Challenges (3 sections)
  • Ronald E. McNair Program, guest instructor, CV, professionalism, & research methods workshops
  • Arnold L. Mitchem Fellows Program, program instructor

University of New Mexico 2011-2014

  • English 220: YOLO Culture & Hipster Irony: The Problem of Nihilism in the Secular Age
  • English 102: Analysis & Argument (3 sections)
  • English 101: Expository Writing, Freshmen Learning Community, paired with Anthropology
  • English 101: Expository Writing (2 sections)
  • Philosophy 210: Modern Philosophy, teaching assistant for Adrian Johnston

Whoever teaches learns in the act of teaching, and whoever learns teaches in the act of learning.

Paulo Freire
Pedagogy of Freedom: Ethics, Democracy, and Civic Courage