Teaching

My teaching interests span the history of philosophy, normative and applied ethics, social and political philosophy, continental philosophy, feminist philosophy, critical philosophy of race, and disability studies. I take accessibility and universal design as cornerstones of my pedagogy, and I work to make my classes pluralist in both letter and spirit.

Here are some of the courses I’ve taught or will soon be teaching:

  • Ethical Issues in Technology (UMass Lowell)
  • Intro to Ethics (UMass Lowell)
  • Existentialism (Dillard University)
  • Moral Philosophy (Dillard University)
  • Intro to Philosophy of Medicine & Health (Emory University)
  • Intro to Bioethics (Emory University)
  • Basic Problems in Philosophy (Emory University)
  • Intro to Business Ethics (Emory University)
  • Bias, Perception, & Empathy (2x) (Emory University: team taught, interdisciplinary seminars)

Guest Lectures:

  • “Genomic Knowledge and the Good Biocitizen,” SUNY New Paltz, PHI 308: Philosophy and Technology, Dr. Rebecca Longtin Hansen, Sep. 2017
  • “What is Genomic Responsibility?” College of New Rochelle, PHL 366: Problems in Medical Ethics, Dr. Jennifer Scuro, Oct. 2017
  • “Infotality: The Role of Disability in the Genomic Age,” Florida Atlantic University, PHI 4633: Biomedical Ethics, Dr. Lauren Guilmette, Mar. 2017
  • “Disability and Feminist Theory, ” PHIL 123: Intro to Feminist Theory, Dr. Katharine Davies, Emory University, Sep. 2015
  • “The Meaning of Pain,” HLTH 230: Health & Humanities, Dr. Jennifer Sarrett, Emory University, Jan. 2014