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Before coming to Georgetown, I developed and taught a number of philosophy courses at two senior colleges of the City University of New York (CUNY). I have also received training in the pedagogical practices associated with the Writing Across the Curriculum movement.

In 2020, I co-organized the "Towards a Feminist X-Phi" workshop series with Tomasz Zyglewicz. The series was funded by a Hypatia Diversity Grant. Recently, I co-authored a Blueprint on Feminist & Experimental Philosophy for The Diversity Reading List. That Blueprint grew out of the initial workshop series, and is a resource for students interested in starting a reading group on feminist philosophy and experimental philosophy.

Courses developed and taught at Georgetown University:

Ethical Issues in Artificial Intelligence (PHI1009)

           Georgetown. Spring 2023

Courses developed and taught at CUNY:

Literature and Philosophy (PHI 3062)

Baruch College CUNY. Spring 2020, Spring 2021

Philosophy and Gender (PHI 225)

Lehman College CUNY. Spring 2019


Logic and Moral Reasoning (PHI1100)

Baruch College CUNY. Fall 2019, Fall 2020, Spring 2021


Ethics and Critical Thinking (PHI1600)

Baruch College CUNY. Spring 2019


Major Issues in Philosophy (PHI1500)

Baruch College CUNY. Fall 2017, Spring 2018


Problems in Philosophy (PHI171)

Lehman College CUNY. Fall 2018


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