Here’s a list of the courses I’ve taught as instructor of record (recent syllabi linked):
- Introduction to Moral Theory, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Spring 2020)
- Advanced Topics in Political Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Spring 2020)
- Morality, Law, and Justice: Issues in Legal Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Fall, 2019)
- Introduction to Social Ethics and Political Thought, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Fall, 2019)
- Human Nature, University of Texas at Austin (Spring, 2018)
- Introduction to Political Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin (Fall, 2017)
- Philosophy and Ethics, Huston-Tillotson University (taught seven times over two years, 2016-2017)
I’ve also engaged in pedagogical activities beyond the traditional classroom. At UNC, I convened a weekly undergraduate reading group on Arendt’s Crises of the Republic, in the backroom of a Chinese restaurant. At UT, I helped to run a year-long conference course on Hegel’s Phenomenology for a group of interested undergraduates, and I served as a volunteer mentor to individual undergraduate students, through UT’s pre-graduate school mentorship program.
I also volunteered as an instructor at Eastside Memorial High School in Austin, Texas, through the Corrupt the Youth philosophy outreach program. You can learn more about the program here.
For a detailed teaching portfolio, including course evaluations, click here.