My teaching experience has included being a teaching assistant for Philosophy and Social Ethics, Introduction to Philosophy, and Comparative and Non-Western Philosophy (all 100-level introductions).

Perhaps the most rewarding experience I had was teaching an intro-level Philosophy and Social Ethics in the summer of '17. I blended classic works in normative ethics with contemporary issues such as: the non-identity problem, the role of partiality in ethics, and the nature of promises. In short, I tried to draw a sort of narrative where ethics is not just a set of propositions about how to lead the good life but also the study of: what we have most reason to do- both for ourselves and other, and why do we have those reasons? For those interested here is a link to the syllabus.