I love teaching, and I’ve taught a wide range of subject matter—at both introductory and advanced levels—across the history of political thought, contemporary social theory, gender and sexuality studies, and qualitative social science.
Click here (.pdf) for full teaching evaluations from my work at Yale and Penn, from all courses for which they were available.
My teaching experience includes:
At Florida International University
Political Ideologies (lecture)
Political Violence and Revolutions (lecture)
Analytic Writing for Political Science (seminar)
At the University of Pennsylvania
Language, Power, and Violence (seminar)
At Yale University (as a graduate teaching assistant)
Sex, Knowledge, and Power (with Inderpal Grewal and Joseph Fischel)
Borders, Cultures, and Citizenship (with Seyla Benhabib)
Gandhi, King, and the Politics of Nonviolence (with Karuna Mantena)
Contesting Injustice (with Elisabeth Jean Wood)
The Moral Foundations of Politics (with Ian Shapiro)
Thematic courses I am particularly interested in developing in the future include:
Liberalism before 1848
The Politics of Language
Theories of Violence
Nonviolence: Between Conscience and Action
The Marxes of Western Marxism
Power and Selfhood in Feminist and Queer Theory
I am happy to supply sample syllabi upon request or to provide further information about my areas of teaching competence and my commitment to inclusive pedagogy.