I have extensive teaching experience, having taught 40 classes in my five years of full time teaching. I regularly teach my department’s two introductory courses, Introduction to Philosophy and Introduction to Ethics. At the upper level, I have taught History of Ancient Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, and Ethical Theories. I have also recently taught special topics classes on Augustine: His Life and Works; Classical and Contemporary Thinkers on Trust and Testimony; and Metaphysics and Mysticism in Ancient and Medieval Western Philosophy.

Here are my sample syllabi: pdf.

Here is my statement of teaching philosophy: pdf.

In general, my areas of interest include ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, social epistemology, the philosophy of religion, and medieval philosophy. I am also interested in teaching metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of mind, ethics, and logic at an undergraduate level.

While at Princeton, I participated in the Teaching Transcript program at the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning.