Teaching

This page has information about my teaching in the Departments of Philosophy at Sacramento State,  Woodland Community College, University of North Carolina, and the Honors Program at the University of California, Davis.

In 2003, I earned an MA in Philosophy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Between 2003 and 2017, I taught Philosophy courses as a part-time lecturer, and at Sacramento State, I had the privilege to teach upper division courses of my own design. Since earning an MFA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University, I also enjoy teaching writing-intensive courses, whether in philosophy or other fields.

In the fall of 2017, I entered the PhD program in Philosophy at the University of Connecticut, where I am currently a Teaching Assistant. My primary interests, for teaching and research, are in Aesthetics and Philosophy of Literature, especially the relationship between philosophy and poetry.

Courses Taught

University of Connecticut (2017)
PHIL 1106 – Non-Western and Comparative Philosophy (Teaching Assistant)

California State University, Sacramento (2016-2017)
PHIL 136* – Philosophy of Art
PHIL 125* – Philosophy of Science
PHIL 101* – Ethics and Social Issues (Writing Intensive)
PHIL 6 – Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 4 – Critical Thinking
PHIL 2 – Ethics

* At Sacramento State, courses numbered 100 or higher are upper-division courses.

Woodland Community College (2014-2017)
PHIL 20 – World Religions
PHIL 12 – Critical Thinking
PHIL 2 – Ethics
PHIL 1 – Introduction to Philosophy
HUM 10 – Introduction to Western Humanities

University of California, Davis (2012-2014)
HONORS – Mapping Literature of the Harlem Renaissance: Poetry, Prose, and the Digital Humanities

University of North Carolina, Greensboro (2005)
PHIL 121 – Contemporary Moral Problems

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2002-2003)
PHIL 261 – Ethics in Practice
PHIL 160 – Introduction to Ethics (Teaching Assistant)

Duke University, Talent Identification Program (2001)
Philosophy in Literature and Film

California State University, Sacramento (2016-2017)
PHIL 136 – Philosophy of Art
PHIL 125 – Philosophy of Science
PHIL 101 – Ethics and Social Issues (Writing Intensive)
PHIL 6 – Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 4 – Critical Thinking
PHIL 2 – Ethics

Woodland Community College (2014-2017)
PHIL 20 – World Religions
PHIL 12 – Critical Thinking
PHIL 2 – Ethics
PHIL 1 – Introduction to Philosophy
HUM 10 – Introduction to Western Humanities

University of California, Davis (2012-2014)
HONORS – Mapping Literature of the Harlem Renaissance: Poetry, Prose, and the Digital Humanities

University of North Carolina, Greensboro (2005)
PHIL 121 – Contemporary Moral Problems

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2002-2003)
PHIL 261 – Ethics in Practice
PHIL 160 – Introduction to Ethics

Duke University (2001)
Philosophy in Literature and Film

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