Accessibility and universal design are cornerstones of my pedagogy, and I work to make my classes pluralist in both letter and spirit. My teaching serves the needs of both the department of philosophy and the disability studies program. Here is a sample of some of the courses I teach, have taught, or will be teaching:

  • Topics in Philosophy of Disability (Georgetown)
  • Bioethics and Disability (Georgetown)
  • Postgenomics: Biopolitics, Biocapital, Bioinformation (Georgetown)
  • Phenomenology & Disability (Georgetown)
  • Knowing Otherwise: The Limits of Social Epistemology (Georgetown)
  • Disability in 20th c. French Philosophy: Beauvoir, Merleau-Ponty, Foucault, and Levinas (Georgetown)

Selected Guest Lectures:

  • “Ableism, Ageism, and Embodiment,” Bentley University, Dr. Stephen Campbell, Oct. 2019
  • “Disability Studies: Past, Present, and Future,” Oregon State University, Dr. Stephanie Jenkins, Jan. 2019
  • “Genomic Knowledge and the Good Biocitizen,” SUNY New Paltz, Dr. Rebecca Longtin, Sep. 2017