Below are selected syllabi from courses in which I have served as the lead instructor or a teaching assistant and which I am able to teach in the future. Student evaluations for the following courses are available upon request, where applicable.
(* Indicates a draft syllabus of a course I designed with the intent to teach, but have yet to teach.)
I (Plato, Aristotle, Aquinas, Machiavelli)
II (Hobbes, Locke, Montesquieu, Rousseau)
III (Tocqueville, Mill, Marx, Nietzsche, Du Bois, Arendt)
In addition to lecturing, I have also had several opportunities to advise undergraduate students engaging in college writing for the first time as well as undergraduate students writing capstone theses both in political science and across the social sciences and humanities (e.g. history, linguistics, psychology, art history, sociology). Below are selected syllabi from these writing courses. Student evaluations and sample theses are available upon request, where applicable.
Beyond lecturing and advising, I have also been involved in the conferences, seminars, and workshops offered by the Chicago Center for Teaching at the University of Chicago. I currently serve as a senior Teaching Consultant with the Center, which has provided a unique opportunity for me to facilitate the development of graduate teaching across a range of departments—including chemistry, computer science, economics, history, math, music, philosophy, political science, religion, romance languages and literature, and theater—through Individual Teaching Consultations (ITCs) and Mid-Course Reviews (MCRs).
Below are some sample documents from my teaching portfolio. For more information, please contact me.