Most years, I teach a 400-500 level course in continental philosophy. Topics have included Heidegger's Being and Time, Merleau-Ponty, Jean-Luc Nancy, Derrida and Husserl, Heidegger and Politics, among others. At the undergraduate level, I teach PHIL 270, Political Philosophy regularly. I also sometimes teach PHIL 291, Existentialism and PHIL 272, Feminist Philosophy. In the past, I have taught Phil 392, Topics in Continental Philosophy and Phil 481, Topics in Philosophy and Literature.
I have also taught what we call the Supersection of PHIL 101, Introduction to Philosophy: Values and Society. Aside from lecturing twice a week, my responsibilities included mentoring and supervising the teaching assistants, who run Friday discussion sections. In 2013, I was awarded the Kathleen W. Klawe Prize for Excellence in Teaching Large Classes for this course. I was also interviewed by the Arts Pedagogy Research and Innovation Laboratory about my approach to teaching large classes. You can watch the interview here.