I have held a variety of teaching appointments covering both contemporary issues as well as figures from the history of philosophy:

Undergraduate Tutorials (Oxford)

  • Plato, Republic
  • Plato, Theaetetus and Sophist
  • Plato, Euthyphro and Meno
  • Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics
  • Ethics
  • Latin Philosophy
  • Knowledge and Scepticism in Hellenistic Philosophy
  • Lucretius, De Rerum Natura
  • Early Greek Philosophy

Undergraduate Lectures (Oxford)

  • Plato, Theaetetus and Sophist
  • Plato, Republic
  • Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics
  • Latin Philosophy

Graduate Teaching (Oxford)

  • Graduate seminars: ‘Seneca’s Moral Letters‘ (HT 22, with B. Taylor); ‘Stoic Ethics’ (TT 20); ‘The Stoics on Emotions’ (MT 18)
  • B.Phil. Pro-Seminar in Ancient Philosophy (TT 21)
  • M.St. essay and thesis supervision
  • B.Phil. essay and thesis supervision

Courses (as Sole Instructor)

  • PHI 205, Introduction to Ancient Philosophy, Princeton University (Fall 16)
  • PHL 135, Contemporary Moral Issues, College of New Jersey (Spring 16)
  • PHIL 003, History of Ancient Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania (Fall 15)
  • PHL 201, History of Ancient Philosophy, College of New Jersey (Fall 15)

Courses (as Co-Instructor)

  • PHI 102, Introduction to Philosophy, Mercer Community Community College (Summer 14, with R. Hirsch)
  • ENG 203, Classical Literature, Garden State Youth Correctional Facility (Fall 13, with S. Hirji, T. Miller, and E. Haselswerdt)

Courses (as Teaching Assistant)

  • PHI 255, Conceptions of Evil, Princeton University (Spring 16, with C. Wildberg)
  • PHI 385, Practical Ethics, Princeton University (Fall 15, with P. Singer)
  • PHI 301, Aristotle, Princeton University (Spring 12, with B. Morison)
  • PHI 315, Philosophy of Mind, Princeton University (Fall 11, with F. Jackson)