Teaching

I enjoy teaching on a wide variety of topics, both within and outside my primary research areas. Much of my teaching experience has been in the core curriculum of liberal arts universities. I also regularly teach upper-division courses in medieval philosophy. If you'd like to learn more about my approach to teaching, please have a look at my teaching statement. Syllabi from past courses are available upon request.

Gonzaga University (WA)

  • Reasoning [PHIL 101, 2 sections], Spring 2019
  • Philosophy of Human Nature [PHIL 201, 2 sections], Spring 2019
  • Reasoning [PHIL 101, 2 sections], Fall 2018
  • Philosophy of Human Nature [PHIL 201, 2 sections], Fall 2018

Loyola Marymount University (CA)

  • Philosophical Inquiry [PHIL 1800, 3 sections], Spring 2018
  • Philosophical Inquiry [PHIL 1800], Fall 2017
  • Medieval Philosophy [PHIL 3520], Spring 2017
  • Philosophical Inquiry [PHIL 1800, 2 sections], Spring 2017
  • Philosophical Inquiry [PHIL 1800, 3 sections], Fall 2016
  • Philosophical Inquiry [PHIL 1800, 3 sections], Spring 2016
  • Philosophical Inquiry [PHIL 1800, 3 sections], Fall 2015

Dominican University (IL)

  • Free Will & Moral Theory in Medieval Philosophy [PHIL 205], Spring 2015
  • Introduction to Philosophy [PHIL 160], Spring 2015
  • Ethics [PHIL 241], Fall 2014
  • Introduction to Philosophy [PHIL 160], Fall 2014

Purdue University Calumet (IN)

  • Introduction to Philosophy [PHIL 11000], Spring 2015
  • Happiness in Ancient Philosophical Literature [PHIL 10600], Spring 2015

Loyola University Chicago

  • Theory of Knowledge [PHIL 275], Spring 2014
  • Philosophy and Persons [PHIL 130], Spring 2014

St. Xavier University (IL)

  • The Examined Life [PHIL 150], Spring 2014

University of St. Thomas (MN)

  • Philosophy of the Human Person [PHIL 115, 2 sections], Fall 2013

St. Catherine University (MN)

  • Ethics [PHIL 2200], Fall 2013

St. Michael's College (VT)

  • Free Will & Moral Theory in Medieval Philosophy [PHIL 201], Spring 2013
  • Introduction to Philosophy [PHIL 103, 3 sections], Spring 2013
  • Introduction to Philosophy [PHIL 103, 3 sections], Fall 2012

Purdue University

  • Medieval Philosophy [PHIL 302], Spring 2010
  • Medieval Philosophy [PHIL 302], Fall 2009
  • Principles of Logic [PHIL 150], Spring 2009
  • Ethics [PHIL 111], Fall 2008
  • Ethics [PHIL 111], Summer 2008
  • Biomedical Ethics (as teaching assistant) [PHIL 270], Spring 2008
  • Ethics (as teaching assistant) [PHIL 111], Fall 2007