Political & Legal Philosophy (PHILosophy 318)

Instructor

In this class, students will engage with both canonical and contemporary material addressing some of the central issues in political philosophy, including the basis of political obligation, the ethics of disobedience, questions of distributive justice, the relationship between the “political” and the “personal,” and the nature of political officials’ and ordinary citizens’ political responsibility.

Spring 2019


Spring 2018

Political Theory (Politics 210)

Assistant In Instruction to Professor Anna Stilz

This course introduced students to the discipline of political theory via a thematically-organized exploration of key texts dating as far back as Sophocles' Antigone, and reaching as far forward as Daniel Bell's The China Model. I led and evaluated two discussion sections.


Fall 2017

Global Justice (Politics 313)

Assistant In Instruction to professor Charles Beitz

In this course, students explored moral questions in global politics by engaging with a variety of canonical and contemporary texts, ranging from Thucydides to the present day. I led and evaluated two discussion sections.


Spring 2016

Global Justice (Politics 313)

Assistant In instruction to Professor Charles Beitz

In this course, students explored moral questions in global politics by engaging with a variety of canonical and contemporary texts, ranging from Thucydides to the present day. I led and evaluated three discussion sections. As a research assistant to Prof. Beitz, I also helped update the syllabus.


Fall 2015

Ethics & PUblic policy (Politics 308)

Assistant In Instruction to Professor Stephen Macedo

In this course, students used contemporary political theory to address the moral questions raised by a variety of current public policy controversies. I led and evaluated two discussion sections. I also delivered guest lectures (with David Zuluaga Martinez) on humanitarian intervention in Fall 2015 and Fall 2016. You can view my lecture slides here.