Teaching

Fall 2017 I’m teaching an advanced undergraduate course in early modern philosophy and a graduate seminar in epistemology.

Click here for my teaching portfolio (teaching statement, student evaluations, and sample syllabi).

Teaching Experience as Primary Instructor (click for syllabus):

Graduate Seminar in Epistemology: Evidence (Fall ’17)
Special Topics in Early Modern Philosophy: The New Science (Fall ’17)
Epistemology (Spring ’17)
History of Early Modern Philosophy (Spring ’17)
Graduate Seminar in Epistemology: Knowledge-First (Fall ’16)
Introduction to Philosophy (Fall ’16)
Introduction to Philosophy (Spring ’16)
Introduction to Symbolic Logic (Summer ’14)

As Teaching Assistant:

Ancient Philosophy (Spring 2015)
Honors: Logic and Scientific Reasoning (Fall 2014)
Philosophy of Religion (Spring 2014)
Early Modern Philosophy (Fall 2013)
Science and Philosophy (Spring 2013)
Honors: Logic and Scientific Reasoning (Fall 2012)
Honors: Problems of Knowledge and Valuation (Spring 2012)
Honors: Problems of Knowledge and Valuation (Fall 2011)
Early Modern Philosophy (Spring 2011)
Honors: Logic and Scientific Reasoning (Fall 2010)
Early Modern Philosophy (Spring 2010)
Introduction to Philosophy (Fall 2009)