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Teaching

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When I teach, I aim to help students develop their critical thinking skills regarding both philosophical texts and everyday problems.

I do this by connecting philosophical ideas to contemporary popular-culture concepts and drawing out the relevance that old or abstract ideas have in our modern world.

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Instructor of record

PHIL 102: Introduction to Philosophy (~100 students, UBC, Winter 2024)


 

PHIL 1101: Critical Thinking (~25 students, Douglas College, Winter 2024)

 

PHIL 330: Social and Political Philosophy (~40 students, UBC, Summer 2023)

 

PHIL 442: Topics in Feminist Theory (~30 students, McGill University, Winter 2022)

 

PHIL 327: Philosophy of Race (~50 students, McGill University, Fall 2019)

Invited lecturer

HUMS 1101: Frontiers of Thought (Douglas College, Summer 2023)

PHIL 2360: Philosophy and Feminist Thought. (Douglas College, Fall 2022)

PHIL 1101: Critical Thinking (Douglas College, Fall 2022)

PHIL 442: Critical Race Feminisms (McGill University, Fall 2019) 

PHIL 237: Contemporary Moral Issues (McGill University, Winter 2019)

PHIL 375: Existentialism (McGill University, Fall 2018)

PHIL 327: Philosophy of Race (McGill University, Winter 2018)

Teaching assistant

PHIL 375: Existentialism. (~100 students, McGill University, Fall 2018)

PHIL 327: Philosophy of Race (~50 students, McGill University, Winter 2018)

PHIL 200: Introduction to Philosophy (~100 students, McGill University, Fall 2017)

PHIL 334: Ethical Theory (~70 students, McGill University, Winter 2017)

PHIL 200: Introduction to Philosophy (~100 students, McGill University, Fall 2016)

Pedagogy presentations

“Out of the armchair and into the fire: Self-incrimination as feminist pedagogy”, Pedagogies of Discomfort, APA Eastern, Montreal, 2023.

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