Teaching

St. Norbert College

  • Human Rights and Responsibilities (Fall 2022, Fall 2021)
  • Migration, Refugees, and Citizenship (community engaged) (Fall 2022, Spring 2022)
  • Law, Morality, and Punishment (Spring 2022, Fall 2019)
  • Kant and 19th Century Philosophy (Spring 2021)
  • Modern Political Thought (Fall 2020, Fall 2018)
  • The Foster Care System (community engaged honors tutorial) (Fall 2020)
  • Existentialism and Film (Spring 2020)
  • Democracy in Times of Polarization (honors tutorial) (Fall 2019)
  • 20th Century Continental Philosophy (Spring 2019)
  • Philosophical Foundations of Human Nature (semesterly)

St. Norbert College (independent studies and thesis advising)

  • The Capabilities Approach and Prison Reform (BA thesis advisor, Spring 2022)
  • Nietzsche on the Origin and Expression of Guilt (BA thesis advisor, Spring 2022)
  • Hannah Arendt (independent study, Spring 2020)
  • Political Liberalism (independent study, Spring 2020)
  • Effective Altruism and Higher Education (MA thesis advisor, Spring 2020))
  • Philosophy of Art: On Good Art and Bad Artists (BA thesis advisor, Fall 2019)
  • Metaethics (independent study, Summer 2019)

Stanford University

  • Marx (one-week intensive course co-taught with Allen Wood, Summer 2019)

School of the Art Institute of Chicago

  • Hegel-20th Century (Spring 2018)
  • Existentialism (Fall 2017)
  • Human Rights (Fall 2017)
  • Power and Resistance: An Introduction to Political Philosophy (Spring 2017)
  • Ethics (Fall 2016)
  • Marx and Marxism (Fall 2016)

University of Chicago

  • The School of Suspicion: Marx, Nietzsche, Freud (Winter 2018)
  • Capitalism and Its Critics (Fall 2016, Fall 2017)
  • Modern Philosophy (Winter 2017)
  • Heuristics & Biases (Winter 2016)
  • Ideological Critique: Marx, Nietzsche, and the Frankfurt School (Winter 2014)

University of Chicago—BA Preceptor

  • Philosophy Department (2017-2018)

University of Chicago—Writing Instructor for the Humanities Common Core

  • Modern Ethical Theory (Spring 2016)
  • Ancient Philosophy (Fall 2015)