I have taught as primary instructor introductory classes, classes in ethics, classes in the philosophy of language, both at an introductory and an advanced level, including feminist philosophy of language, and an advanced philosophy of mind class.
I have taught as a teaching assistant for a variety of upper and lower division courses at UCLA.
I am prepared to teach in a variety of areas, including philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, normative ethics, meta-ethics, early modern philosophy, metaphysics, philosophy of science, feminist philosophy, and the history of analytic philosophy.
CCNY: Intro to Philosophy (Phil 10200)
Sections M, R2
Fordham: Philosophical Ethics (Phil 3000)
CLASSES TAUGHT (AS PRIMARY INSTRUCTOR) at UCLA:
Summer 2018: Phil170- Philosophy of Mind:
Thoughts and Concepts
Summer 2017: Phil 23- Meaning and
Summer 2016: Phil C127C- Meaning in Analytic
and Feminist Philosophy