My classroom approach is collaborative and conversation-based, and informed by my work in feminist and anti-oppressive philosophies.  I emphasize the critical analysis of texts and their application to contemporary life, as well as the development of verbal communication and writing skills through student peer reviews and small group collaboration.  For a full teaching statement, click here.  

Courses at Oxford College of Emory University

PHIL 110: Introduction to Logic

PHIL 115: Introduction to Ethics

PHIL 220: Ancient Greek and Medieval Philosophy

PHIL 282R: Travel Course - Greece and the Rise of Modernity

PHIL 285R: Topics in Philosophy: Philosophy of Sport

PHIL 382R: Topics in Philosophy: Gender and Race 

PHIL 382R: Topics: Feminist Philosophy

HON 300Q/PHIL 382R: Honors Seminar - Racial Justice in the 21st Century

Courses at James Madison University

GPHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 350: Philosophy of Feminism

Courses at Georgetown College

PHI 150: Basic Philosophy

PHI 152: Logic

PHI 315: Existentialism and Idealism

PHI 435: Contemporary Philosophy: Post-structuralism and Post-colonial theory

PHI 440: Independent Study in the Philosophy of Logic

FDN 112: Women and Philosophy



Professional Development

I have been a selected participant in the following summer seminars at Vanderbilt University's Center for Teaching:

Teaching the Hard Stuff

Teaching Texts

Ethics and Pedagogy of Gender and Sexuality